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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodulf View Post
    The genocides in the Old Testament are there for you to see. The commandments to kill everyone and all their animals are found in several places, Google it. Ever since Boaz advocated cultural relativism archaeology has been led by jewish agendas. "Out of Africa" being one. I stand firmly behind my original assertion of prejudice against ancient people by slandering them as "cannibals" and accusing them of "human sacrifice" at any sign of trauma to remains
    Since I have to strainedly pull every single snippet of information from you and still just end up with fragments of a poorly grounded argument, I'll simply have to assume you were never interested in discussing this in the first place. Too bad.

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    The skeleton of Richard III was found with no feet.

    They still haven't turned up yet
    What's ancient people's deal with feet?

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    Did you know that when King Henry I of England died (in 1135) his entrails were removed and buried in Rouen (France) but they buried the rest of his body in England.

    I wonder what future archaeologists will make of that?!!
    What do current-day archaeologists make of it?

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    The separation of Richard’s feet from the rest of his body was probably due to gardening or building activity in the area of his burial, which was unmarked and so the significance of it would not have been realised.

    For centuries it was believed that his corpse had been thrown into the river after the Battle of Bosworth but the rumours proved unfounded and they eventually dug him up (minus the feet) from under a car park in the town centre.

    I happen to know all of this because it happened in my home town of Leicester, where it was the main event of 2015 …


    I'm less acquainted with Henry I but first of all the archaeologists would need to find him because he seems to have disappeared from Reading Abbey


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    Haha, foot-chopping gardeners, what a bizarre fate!

    That coffin looks fittingly short.

    I'm less acquainted with Henry I but first of all the archaeologists would need to find him because he seems to have disappeared from Reading Abbey
    How odd. One would think it would be fairly easy to find a tomb "in front of the high altar" (but I never did try it myself). Perhaps future technology (e.g. scanners) will facilitate things. Just imagine the possibilities and the archaeological riches to be found all over the world.

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