Medieval Scottish murder victim unearthed

Published on March 5th, 2014 | by Admin

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The remains of a 900-year-old murder victim found in East Lothian, Scotland has been unearthed and examined.

Analysis revealed he was fatally stabbed four times in the back, twice in the left shoulder and in the ribs.

The archaeologists said he was over the age of 20.

They said his build was slightly bigger than average and his shoulder was worn down, suggesting he might have been an archer.

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