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Encuentran intacta la escena de una masacre...

 
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Archaeologists have uncovered a gruesome 5th century massacre 'frozen in time' at the small village of Sanby borg on the Swedish island of Oland.
Dozens of unarmed bodies - which were killed with 'brutal force' - were found in a walled fort lying in exactly the same position they fell 1,500 years ago.
The inhabitants of this prosperous village were left to rot were they fell still wearing their beautiful jewellery, furs and Roman gold coins.

Researchers even found a newborn was among the decapitated and mutilated victims of the 1,500-year-old attack by babarians, suggesting even the most vulnerable were not spared.

None of the dead bodies - some of which were decapitated - were carrying weapons.
One old man seemed to have been smashed in the head and then fell into the fire place where his body was charred to the bone.
Another teenager appears to have tried to flee but tripped over another body and died where he fell.
No written history has survived of the massacre but there were stories locally that it was a a dangerous place.

'I do find it most likely that the event was remembered and that it triggered strong taboos connected to the site, possibly brought on through oral history for centuries', archaeologist Ludwig Papmehl-Dufay from Kalmar County Museum told the Guardian.
Scraps of the last meal and cooking pots were still in the houses while the animals appeared to have starved to death in their pens.

Helena Victor from Kalmar Lans Museum told BBC: 'People seem to have been killed without defending themselves. It seems like treason'. This could mean someone 'let them in at night', Ms Victor suggested.

'We do not interpret the massacre as an act of outright plunder, but rather as one that was connected to political instability during the turbulent Migration Period', researchers wrote.

Decapitated men, women and children are found in a Swedish walled village after being brutally massacred by barbarians 1,500 years ago - Daily Mail, 26-4-18
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