Scientists Discovered Something Incredible About Remains Found Around The World

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Valentine”s Day has come and gone, but a recent discovery proves that love really is timeless. Archaeologists in Southern Greece recently uncovered a pair of skeletons, a man and a woman, seemingly locked in an eternal embrace. It may be the oldest embrace in Grecian history, but several similar hugging skeletons have been found around the world, all from different eras.

The ancient bodies of this couple from 5,800 years ago were found near the Alepotrypa Cave in Greece. Archaeologists surmise the couple were in there 20″s and died in each other”s arms.

The ancient bodies of this couple from 5,800 years ago were found near the Alepotrypa Cave in Greece. Archaeologists surmise the couple were in there 20

This couple found in Turkey were engaged in the oldest known embrace in the world, dating back to 6100 B.C. Experts believe these two were part of the ancient people of Hassunan and could have been executed for a crime of passion.

This couple found in Turkey were engaged in the oldest known embrace in the world, dating back to 6100 B.C. Experts believe these two were part of the ancient people of Hassunan and could have been executed for a crime of passion.

The interesting thing about these 5,000-year-old lovers is that they were found in Verona, the setting of Shakespeare”s famous romantic play, Romeo and Juliet.

The interesting thing about these 5,000-year-old lovers is that they were found in Verona, the setting of Shakespeare

Several of these skeletons were found in Siberia, seemingly in an embrace. However, experts are not so sure this is love. It could actually be a brutal sacrificial ceremony, where a man was buried with a younger woman to satisfy him in the afterlife.

Several of these skeletons were found in Siberia, seemingly in an embrace. However, experts are not so sure this is love. It could actually be a brutal sacrificial ceremony, where a man was buried with a younger woman to satisfy him in the afterlife.

I sincerely hope the Siberian couples aren”t part a creepy mass burial situation. Either way, it”s interesting that even thousands of years ago, humans had a strange obsession with love and death. I wonder if we”ll ever find out more about these embracing couples.

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