Puzzled by the findings, the archaeology team speculated on why the practice was done. (Representational) The skull-helmet makers were precise. They wielded obsidian knives to slice skulls off children’s skeletons, scientists believe. Then they reassembled them atop the heads of dead infants, perhaps to protect them on a premature journey to the afterlife. The […]
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