Love never lets go. Not even after 5,800 years.
A grave was discovered in Southern Greece by archaeologists, containing the skeletons of a man and a woman who died in a tight embrace about 5,800 years ago.
A senior member of the excavation team, Anastassia Papathanassiou, says the discovery — made in 2013 and publicized this week after DNA testing determined each skeleton’s sex — is the oldest of its kind in Greece. She says the couple most likely died holding each other.
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