Побольше позитива

К Дню Святого Валентина: 6,000-year-old skeletons are found locked in an embrace inside Greek 'underworld' caves


И поменьше Украины – попросили мои студенты и тут же получили сюжет ВВС, приуроченный к Дню Святого Валентина.

It’s Valentine’s Day and even the news can get a bit sentimental on days like this. These are two skeletons found in Greece. Tests had just confirmed they were a man and woman who died while tightly embracing. They died some 5800 years ago and are believed to have been in their 20-s. More tests should establish how the couple died.

Немного информации о парочке:

Together for an eternity: 6,000-year-old skeletons are found locked in an embrace inside Greek 'underworld' caves
The remains of a man and woman were found in the Diros Caves, Greece.  Analysis has revealed the bones date back to around 3,800BC.  Couple are believed to have been buried together in their twenties. Expert described it as ‘stunning’ and said it's the oldest grave ever found. Cavern is known as Alepotrypa - or 'foxhole' - and was found in the 1950s.  Experts believe hundreds of people lived inside Alepotrypa before the entrance collapsed burying everyone alive 5,000 years ago. This may have sparked myths about the Greek god Hades, said exerts.


Занимаясь поиском этой информации, случайно нашел близкую по тематике:


Специализируемся на развитии навыков говорения и понимания реальной речи на слух. Используем только оригинальные материалы.