Late Stone Age grave features teeth from dozens of dogs arranged in pattern
|July 12, 2012||Posted by News under Human evolution, Intelligent Design, News|
From Discover Magazine’s 80 beats, we learn of a Stone Age grave with over 100 dog teeth from dozens of different dogs arranged in a pattern. The site, 4200-4500 years old, also contained “amber necklace, bone buttons, stone tools, and, in one later grave, a pound of gold jewelry.”
Were the teeth, perhaps, a hall of memories of favourite dogs?
See also: Burial customs for dogs 30,000 years ago