Quirks and Quarks | Nov 14, 2009 | 10:19

CSI: Mesopotamia

In the 1920's human remains were excavated from the Royal Tombs of Ur in present day Iraq. When a king or queen died, those who served the dead royalty were to provide continued service in the afterlife. Now, new research suggests something more grisly.

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