Prehistoric “Romeo And Juliet” Found

By: Carlos Rogelio Torres Santiago - Published: Feb 8, 2007   Updated: Jun 23 2011 • References: milenio
5 hundred years ago, one prehistoric couple died hugging one another. The discovery happened on the suburbs of Mantua, 45 Km from Verona; the place was located during construction workings.

Luca Bondioli, anthropologist of the Museum Ethnographic and Prehistoric of Rome, said that such double burials are very rare during prehistory. With shades of Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet,' the discovery has more emotional value than scientific.

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