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‘Oldest human brain’ may have been preserved by mud

A human brain, believed to be the oldest ever discovered, may have been preserved for over 2,000 years by mud, archaeologists have said.

The organ was found inside a decapitated skull at an Iron Age dig site near York in 2008.

read more BBC News – ‘Oldest human brain’ may have been preserved by mud.

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This entry was posted on March 4, 2015 by in Archaeology.

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