Evidence of cannibalism found in Neolithic Spain

March 31, 2019 - General

An interdisciplinary group of specialists in archaeology, anthropology and paleogenetics from Durham University (United Kingdom), the International Institute of Prehistoric Research of Cantabria (University of Santander) and the University of La Laguna has carried out research on the site of the Cueva de El Toro, in the Sierra del Torcal, near Antequera (Málaga), which has identified the oldest evidence of cannibalism in small-scale…

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