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Tudor wall paintings uncovered in Yorkshire 'discovery of a lifetime' | Heritage | The Guardian
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World’s oldest family tree revealed in 5,700-year-old Cotswolds tomb | Archaeology | The Guardian

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The researchers have discovered that 27 were biological relatives from five continuous generations of a single extended family. The majority were descended from four women who all had children with the same man.

“It tells us that descent was important,” said Fowler. “When they were building these tombs and deciding who to include in them, certainly in this case, they were selecting people who were close relatives of the people who were first buried there. They have this close connection to their immediate ancestors and that extends over several generations.

“Family was important and you can see that with the inclusion of some very young children in the tomb as well.”
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