Saturday, April 1, 2017

Remains of warrior, chariot, two horse skeletons found in East Yorkshire

Buried warrior lived 2,200-2,300 years ago.

“The Pocklington chariot burial, excavated over the past two months, was the final resting place of an upper-class Iron Age Briton – probably a warrior – who lived in the third or fourth century BC. It is possible that he was a member of an ancient British tribe called the Parisi (or their ancestors) – a culture related to other Iron Age peoples in Northern France.”



“Researchers will now study any DNA they are able to extract from the remains of the chariot burial and some of the other remains found in the burial ground. They hope to confirm the chariot driver’s gender, health and, thanks to stable isotope analysis, his place of origin.”

http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/46616

Link at maggiesfarm.

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