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« on: April 23, 2010, 09:30:09 am »
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A spectacular dog burial from Ban Non Wat
      


Alison shares this spectacular 2000-year-old dog burial excavated in Ban Non Wat earlier in the year. “Sampson” was uncovered by a team from James Cook University and goes to show that dogs have been man’s best friend for a long time coming! Alison also posts her observations on the dog burial here.

Lovely Bones
JCNN, April 2010

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