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2,500-Year-Old Warrior Burials Unearthed in Serbia
Thursday, June 13, 2013
BELGRADE, SERBIA—Skeletal remains of three warriors who had been buried with spears, daggers, and bronze ornaments have been unearthed in southeastern Serbia, near the ancient Roman road, Via Militaris. The 2,500-year-old burials are the first of their kind to be found in the region, where archaeologists usually find cremations.
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