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Friday, 5 January 2018

Archaeologist debunking myth that most people died young prior to modern medicine

Archaeologist debunking myth that most people died young prior to modern medicine
- An Australian archaeologist may have debunked the myth that people in the Middle Ages did not live much past 40, by studying their teeth. Christine Cave, a scholar at the Australian National University (ANU), developed a new method for determining how old people were when they died, based on how .