400 burials found on Giza Plateau
Published on November 30th, 2010 | by Admin1
The burials were found beside a 200-meter long ancient wall called the ‘Wall of the Crow,’ that was first constructed in the time of the pyramids.
“There is a high incidence of haematological disorders present in the [bone] material, suggesting a sub-standard diet for this population,” she said.
Moreover, the men appear to be in worse shape than the women.
“Traumatic injuries (fractures and dislocations) are almost exclusively occurring in the males, suggesting a definite difference in lifestyle between the sexes,” wrote Kaiser.