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BULGARIA
RTR18067
January 11, 2006
A skeleton of a woman from 5,800 B.C. is displayed at a museum in the town of Vratsa, some 120 km (75...
Vratsa, Bulgaria
A skeleton of a woman from 5800 BC is displayed at a museum in the town of Vratsa Bulgaria
A skeleton of a woman from 5,800 B.C. is displayed at a museum in the town of Vratsa, some 120 km (75 miles) north of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, January 11, 2006. A team of Bulgarian archaeologists led by Georgi Ganetsovski , discovered the skeleton last summer in the excavation works of a neolithic tomb near the Bulgarian village of Ohoden. The woman was 25-30 years old and was 153 cm tall. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov
BULGARIA
RTR17ZXX
January 11, 2006
Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Ganetsovski stands next to the skeleton of a woman from 5,800 B.C. displayed...
Vratsa, Bulgaria
Bulgarian archaeologist Ganetsovski stands next to the skeleton of a woman from 5800 BC in Vratsa
Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Ganetsovski stands next to the skeleton of a woman from 5,800 B.C. displayed at a museum in the town of Vratsa, some 120 km north of Sofia, January 11, 2006. A team of Bulgarian archaeologists led by Georgi Ganetsovski , discovered the skeleton last summer in the excavation works of a neolithic tomb near the Bulgarian village of Ohoden. The woman was 25-30 years old and was 153 cm tall. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov
BULGARIA
RTR17ZM9
January 11, 2006
A skeleton of a woman from 5,800 B.C. is displayed at a museum in the town of Vratsa, some 120 km (75...
Vratsa, Bulgaria
A skeleton of a woman from 5800 BC is displayed at a museum in the town of Vratsa Bulgaria
A skeleton of a woman from 5,800 B.C. is displayed at a museum in the town of Vratsa, some 120 km (75 miles) north of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, January 11, 2006. A team of Bulgarian archaeologists led by Georgi Ganetsovski , discovered the skeleton last summer in the excavation works of a neolithic tomb near the Bulgarian village of Ohoden. The woman was 25-30 years old and was 153 cm tall. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov
BULGARIA
RTXN1A1
November 13, 2004
Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Ganetsovski shows a seventh millennium BC human skeleton discovered in...
Vratsa, Bulgaria
Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Ganetsovski shows a seventh millennium BC human skeleton discovered in.....
Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Ganetsovski shows a seventh millennium BC human skeleton discovered in excavation works near the town of Vratsa, some 120 km north from the capital Sofia, November 13, 2004. Archaelogists believe the skeleton is of a woman from the monochrome neolith era, the earliest stage of the new-stone age. The body was buried in a crouching pose, called "hocker", facing the direction of the sun.
BULGARIA
RTRFOTN
November 13, 2004
Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Ganetsovski shows a seventh millennium BC human skeleton discovered in...
Vratsa, Bulgaria
Bulgarian archaeologist Ganetsovski shows a seventh millennium BC human skeleton near the town of Vratsa....
Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Ganetsovski shows a seventh millennium BC human skeleton discovered in excavation works near the town of Vratsa, some 120 km north form the capital Sofia, November 13, 2004. Archaelogists believe the skeleton is of a woman from the monochrome neolith era, the earliest stage of the new-stone age. The body was buried in a crouching pose, called "hocker", facing the direction of the sun. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/JV
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