Ancient Egyptian cemetery reveals harsh lives of its buried

03/19/2013 | LiveScience.com

Analysis of skeletons discovered in a 3,300-year-old cemetery from an ancient Egyptian city provides insight into the tough, malnourished lifestyles of the common Egyptian from thousands of years ago. The 159 skeletons excavated from the ancient city of Amarna reveal fractures and evidence of malnourishment, suggesting the non-elite performed demanding jobs with little nutrition to sustain them.

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