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Burial of Teviec, Bretagne, France


Afrikaans: Tombe van Téviec. Twee vroueskelette van tussen 25 en 35 jaar ouderdom, wat na tussen 6740 en 5680 gelede gedateer is in die Middelsteentydperk. Hulle het geweldadig gesterf, met verskeie kopbeserings en pylmerke. Die twee liggame is sorgsaam begrawe in 'n halfput op basisrots, en halfpad in die gebruiksgoedere wat hulle bedek het. Takbokhorings bedek die tombe. Die grafgoedere sluit flintsteen en been in (hoofsaaklik wildevark) en begrafnisjuwele van deurboorde seeskulpe wat in halssnoere, arm- en enkelbande geryg is. Sekere van die beenobjekte toon lyngravure. In 1938 herwin en in 2010 gerestoureer.
English: Tomb of Téviec. Two skeletons of women between 25 and 35 years of age, dated between -6740 and -5680 BP Mesolithic. They died a violent death, with several head injuries and impacts of arrows. The two bodies were buried with great care in a pit half in the basement rock (underlying or country rock) and half in the kitchen debris that covered them. The tomb is protected by antlers. The grave goods include flint and bone (mainly wild boar) offerings? and funeral jewelry which is made of marine shells drilled and assembled into necklaces, bracelets and ankle rings. Some of the bone objects have engraved lines. Recovery in 1938 restoration 2010. See [1]
Français : Sépulture de Téviec. Mésolithique, de -6740 à -5680 avant le présent. Deux squelettes de femmes entre 25 et 35 ans, mortes de mort violente, avec plusieurs traumatismes crâniens et impacts de flèches. Les deux corps ont été ensevelis avec beaucoup de soins dans une fosse creusée moitié dans le sous-sol et moitié dans les débris de cuisine qui les recouvraient. L’ensemble est « protégé » par des bois de cervidés. Le mobilier funéraire comprend des silex et surtout des stylets en os de sanglier, ainsi que des bijoux funéraires formés de coquilles marines percées et assemblées en colliers, bracelets et anneaux de jambes. Quelques-uns des objets en os portent quelques traits gravés. Reconstitution en 1938 ; restauration 2010.
Čeština: Pohřeb z Téviec vystavený v muzeu v Tolouse. Obsahuje dvě kostry žen ve stáří mezi 25 a 35 lety, které zemřely násilnou smrtí, což dokazují viditelná zranění na hlavě od šípů. Obě těla byla pohřbena s velkou péčí a chráněna parohy. V hrobě byly také nalezeny pazourky, kosti, pera a pohřební šperky - náhrdelníky z mušlí, prsteny a nákoleníky; něteré z nich i zdobené rytím. Nalezeno v roce 1938, zrekonstruováno v roce 2010.
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Object history Place of discovery: Théviec or Téviec, Saint-Pierre-Quiberon, Bretagne, France..
Source/Photographer Didier Descouens
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English: Tomb of Téviec: Two skeletons of women aged between 25 and 35 years, dated between - 6740 and - 5680 BP (Mesolithic), both of whom died a violent death. Recovery made in 1938 and restoration completed in 2010.

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