Wednesday, December 16, 2009

4,000-year-old bouquet of flowers found at Bronze Age dig

Here is an interesting Archaeological story from the BBC

"Proof that pre-historic people placed bunches of flowers in the grave when they buried their dead has been found for the first time, experts have said.Archaeologists have discovered a bunch of meadowsweet blossoms in a Bronze Age grave at Forteviot, south of Perth. The find is reported in the journal "British Archaeology", out this week. "  ...(Cont.)