Deleted and destroyed skeletons reveal lost Iron Age massacre


A brutal attack on an Iron Age city in northern Spain during the late fourth century or third century BCE saw more than a dozen dead bodies – men, women, and children – scattered and smoldering in the streets as the city burned.

Those who died suffered horrific injuries. One person was dismembered, two had bitten arms, and there were signs of mutation from the remains of about half of the individuals, archaeologists discovered.

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