10,000-Year-Old Baby’s Burial Site Found in Italy
a window into (something): something that gives us knowledge or insight into a topic
Archaeologists in Italy have discovered the 10,000-year-old burial site of a female infant. This finding is very rare. Infant bones from the distant past are usually too fragile to survive.
The researchers have named the baby Neve. She was found wrapped in a cloth decorated with over 60 beads and four pendants made of shells. Even in ancient times, people had deep feelings for their children. They showed love and respect by burying the baby with special items. This discovery gives us a rare window into the emotional lives of our ancient ancestors.
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