Human Sacrifice or Tsunami? 20 Celt Skeletons in Switzerland Offer Clues

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Skulls, bones, wooden beams – sounds like the remnants of a bloody battle! Archaeologists have been investigating human bones discovered in a riverbed near the ruins of a bridge in Switzerland’s Three Lakes region. The riverbed is located near the ruins of the Celtic bridge at Cornaux/Les Sauges. These ruins along with the discovery of twenty skeletons during the 1965 renovations of the Thielle Canal have created much excitement and curiosity over the last 6 decades, with new theories ranging from a violent tsunami to a bloody human sacrifice! 

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