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Pollens Found in Grave Paint a Picture of Bronze Age Scotland, A Coin-Eating Sea Turtle, When Daylight Saving Time Lasted All Year and More

Pollens Found in Grave Paint a Picture of Bronze Age Scotland, A Coin-Eating Sea Turtle, When Daylight Saving Time Lasted All Year and More

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Smithsonian    MARCH 2017

Pollens Found in Grave of Bronze Age Woman Paint Picture of Bygone Scotland

But do they shed light on the mystery of the woman’s death?

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A reconstruction from the 3,700-year-old remains of Ava, a woman unearthed in the Scottish Highlands (Hew Morrison)

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