Moroccan researchers have discovered two human skeletons dated between 6,000 and 14,000 years old in a cave in central Morocco, said the National Center for Archeology and Heritage of that country in a statement last Tuesday.
The bones were found separated by an archaeological layer of approximately 0.5 meters, says the statement, where they explain that the antiquity is until now a hypothesis because the exact age must be confirmed by radioactive dating.
The first skeleton, dated between 6,000 and 8,000 years old, belongs to an adult man who was buried in a narrow ditch in a sitting position and with his legs contracted sharply.
The second skeleton It is from an adult man who was buried on the right side of the first man and is estimated to be between 8,000 and 14,000 years old.
The statement adds that the significance of this discovery is refute the idea of a cultural gap between the Neolithic and the Stone Age late, that is, between the cultures of human communities that depended on hunting and the first agro-pastoral groups that followed.
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