An amazing discovery has occurred in England where a 2,500-year-old human skull was discovered and inside was a well-preserved 2,500-year-old human brain. It was well preserved in the wet soil in the area.
It is an exceptionally rare find since the brain usually is lost quickly.
This brain was found by workers digging in an Iron Age pit as part of the expansion of the University of York.
It appears that the man was less lucky in life. The skull shows signs of hanging and then beheading. He was between 26 and 45 years old.
6 thoughts on “This is Your Brain on Peat: 2,500-Year-Old Brain Found In England”
i’m on a wizard of oz kick today
Good one Buddha!
Was there per chance any evidence of Guinness in his system before he “lost” his head?
“since the brain usually is lost quickly”
Some a lot sooner than others …
I suppose mespo since back from Ireland can enlighten us of the possible reality of brain preservation…
The original swingers club…..
I even groaned when I wrote that….
And it was still smarter than Newt or Sarah . . .
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