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Mystery of the Moor
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Posted 2014-03-20 19:15 (#95631 - in reply to #95622)
Subject: Re: Mystery of the Moor



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Thanks Lutz,

I did wonder if this Amber had been washed up on the North Sea coastline. That is quite a way from Dartmoor. They also refer to the amber as Baltic Amber. What is interesting is that the remains in the grave on Dartmoor and grave of the the Amesbury Archer had different burial rites. I wonder what group the Amesbury Archer would have originated from? Some type of Celt/Proto-Celt? or would he pre-date Celts?

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