Ancient burial pit was adorned with aromatic plants

07/2/2013 | LiveScience.com

Archaeologists in Israel unearthed the oldest-known grave flowers, aromatic plants that adorned a 14,000-year-old burial pit. Researchers are still unsure of the purpose for the plants and continue to search for more clues about the rituals of sophisticated early settled humans.

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