Archeologists found extremely significant details of the first native of North America. They came across a children’s graveyard that was fully packed with the remnants of Native Americans.
The burial ground is located at the Upward Sun River at the Central Alaska. Central Alaska is considered as the most ancient burial grounds of the North America.
Experts discovered the first burned skeleton of a young boy which is nearly 11,500 years ago in 2010. Later on, archeologists unearthed the grave of an infant who merely survived 12 weeks. Scientists have safely preserved okzthe findings. However, the experts permitted the DNA analysis of the two skeletons.
Researchers are still not sure whether the two children were relatives or not since they were buried in the same pit. They are still unaware of the exact identity of these people.
John Hoffecker, archeologist of University of Colorado stated that the genetic analysis of the skeleton would certainly reveal some worthy information.
Most of the ancient communities did not name their grave and majority of the graves of Ice Age are not conserved. Hence, it is really a difficult task for researchers to inspect the funerary practices of Stone Age culture.
Ben Potter, archeologist of University of Alaska notified that these skeletons are as if a new gateway in the life style of the ancient people.
Furthermore, researchers uncovered several weapons and articrafts along with the skeleton of these children. Thus far, these are the youngest bodies of Arctic region of North America.