Secrets of the 7,000-year-old 'shaman' female remains

When excavating a tomb in Skateholm, Sweden, experts found female remains

When excavating a tomb in Skateholm, Sweden, experts found the "mage" female remains of about 7,000 years old. According to experts, women who play an important role in the community should be buried solemnly.

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Photo restored female magician.

Skateholm became a burial site between 5500 BC and 4600 BC.

The female "magician" remains buried in a sitting posture with their legs crossed on the deer of the deer. This person wore a fur coat, a stone necklace and a belt made of 130 animal teeth. The woman has dark skin. Research results of experts show that the woman has blue eyes and died when she was about 30-40 years old.

Based on the size of the remains, experts say this person has a height of about 1.5m.

Based on the artifacts found in the ancient tomb area, experts say this woman has an important role in the hunter-gatherer community. In particular, experts speculate that this person is likely a magus. Researchers cannot confirm this yet, so more time is needed to verify.

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