Skeletal remains ‘confirm ancient Greeks engaged in human sacrifice’

Bones found on Mount Lykaion – where animal offerings to Zeus were also made – but some are urging caution over how to interpret the discovery

The upper part of the teenager’s skull was missing, while the body was laid among two lines of stones on an east-west axis, with stone slabs covering the pelvis. Photograph: Uncredited/AP

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  1. Is there done any DNA test on this skeletal findings is the male so what is his y chromosomal halpogroup this will be very interesting for public so we can link this genetic testing also with modern people

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