Some authors have long held the belief that neolithic peoples were somehow living an idyllic and peaceful life free of war and strife. New evidence, however, supports those that have argued that warfare existed in Europe even 7000 years ago. 26 broken human shin-bones belonging to 13 adults, a teenager and 12 children have been discovered in a pit. The site was originally discovered  in 2006 when a construction company  found the bones near Frankfurt Germany.

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