“An analysis of more than 150 skeletons from a 3,300-year-old cemetery at the ancient Egyptian city of Amarna reveals fractures, wear and tear from heavy lifting, and rampant malnutrition amongst the city’s commoners.
The discovery, detailed in the March issue of the journal Antiquity, could shed light on how the non-elites of ancient Egyptian society lived” – via Huffington Post.
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It’s great to be able to find out more about the lower classes of ancient Egyptian society. There is so much more to the history than kings and nobles!