The Peculiar Narrative of the Red Lady of Paviland, A Man from Paleolithic Wales

The Red Lady of Paviland is a fairly complete Upper Paleolithic-era human male skeleton dyed in red ochre. Discovered in 1823, at 33,000 years old it is one of the oldest ceremonial burials of a modern human discovered anywhere in Western Europe. The bones were discovered between 18 and 25 January 1823, by Rev. William Buckland during an archaeological dig at a cave on the Gower Peninsula, south Wales.

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