Workers preparing to put new water pipes have discovered a cruel old burial ground in Britain
A few 26 human skeletons from the Iron Age and Roman periods were found on the site in Childrey Warren in Oxfordshire, some of which are believed
A female skeleton the site was found buried, with its feet cut off and placed side by side with its arms tied behind the head.
The piggy finds go back almost 3000 years.
"The Iron Age site at Childrey Warren was particularly fascinating because it gave a glimpse of the beliefs and superstitions of people living in Oxfordshire before the Roman conquest," said Neil Holbrook, director of Cotswold Archeology, in a statement. "Evidence elsewhere suggests that burials in pits may have involved human sacrifice."
Other discoveries on site include evidence of housing, animal bodies and household items such as ceramics, cutting tools and decorative combs.
The workers made the discovery as part of a project to protect a rare chalk stream. "We have found significant historical things on many previous upgrading projects, but this is one of our biggest and most exciting yet," said Chris Rochfort, Thames Water Environmental Manager, in the statement.
Other burial sites around the world offer a glimpse into the soft stretch Eraser Experts in Peru recently revealed the cruel details of a 16th-century ritual sacrificial site in Peru containing the remains of over 140 children.
In Mexico, a large number of skulls under the streets of modern Mexico City are blamed on the grislya details of Aztecs Human victims.
Experts also found a series of victim remnants during an excavation at the base of the Templo Mayor Temple in central Mexico City, Reuters reports that the reflections include the body a 9-year-old boy dressed as Huitzilopochtli, the Aztec god war.The Aztecs made human sacrifices to the deity, who was also the god of the sun.
Last year, the archaeologists of Israel discovered a faithful v rare gold coins and a 900-year-old gold earhole at the site of a Crusader Massacre
Even in 2018, researchers in Scotland discovered ancient artifacts at a fortress in Scotland believed to have been ripped to the ground by Vikings.