Three small pits containing cremated human remains which were found by archaeologists in Rotterdam three years ago are much older than originally thought, the AD reports on Wednesday.
Archaeologists originally said the finds were about 6,500 years old but have now revised that date to around 9,000 years. That would make them the oldest graves ever found in the Netherlands.
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