Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Barely Human Prehistoric Womans Remains Found...
Iron Age Woman's Skeleton Found in Denmark
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) - Danish archeologists said Wednesday they found the well-preserved skeletal remains of an Iron Age woman while excavating an ancient grave site in a suburb of Copenhagen. The woman, who was between 20 and 40 when she died, probably lived around the year A.D. 400.
The accompany picture is an artists rendering of what the sub-human female may have looked like.