To the east of the more defined cemetery area, excavators found human remains in an apparent refuse pit. Burial 32 consisted of little more than an inverted skull, a displaced jaw bone, and leg bones lying in the midst of shell and animal bones, a stone slab, and what were recorded as dark spots in the soil. One of the human leg bones was described in the records as gnawed, suggesting the body had been left unburied for some period of time-long enough for rodents to disturb. Adapted from Fox, 1938; TARL Archives.

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