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Archaeologists have discovered the remains of the oldest gay man on the planet

The method of disposal men could indicate that he was a man with a different sexual orientation or a transvestite.

Scientists have found the remains of ancient man, which can belong to one of the first representatives of non-traditional sexual orientation, writes the Daily mail.

Such thoughts prompted scientists unusual for men of the stone age method of burial. Excavations were conducted in the Czech Republic and date back to the age of about 5 thousand years.

The skeleton of a man who lived in the late stone age refers to the period between 2900 and 2500 years BC, the Experts note that during this period men were traditionally buried on their right side head towards the West, women, on the contrary – on the left side, facing East.

Besides men, as a rule, were buried with weapons and hammers, and with a certain amount of food and water needed during the transition to the other world. In the grave of women usually put necklaces, Pets, copper earrings, and various household utensils.

In this case, the person was buried in an uncharacteristic left side, facing West face. Experts also alarming and the fact that the remains were found suicidecommando home pitchers, but not a weapon. However, archaeologists did not think it could be a mistake, given the importance, inherent in the burial at that period. In addition, the legs of the skeleton were found typical for female graves with oval jugs.

“From history and Ethnology, we know that people in this period were funeral rites very seriously so it is very unlikely that this method of burial was a mistake. Much more likely that it was a man with a different sexual orientation, homosexual or transvestite,” say the archaeologists.

However, scholars argue that cases such unusual burials have already met. So, according to them, had already found the remains of a woman of the Mesolithic period who was buried as a man.

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