[Surprisingly old skeleton found at Bornheim-Uedorf (Rhein-Sieg-Kreis)--Research results in forensic medicine, anthropology and archaeology].

@article{Zesch2016SurprisinglyOS,
  title={[Surprisingly old skeleton found at Bornheim-Uedorf (Rhein-Sieg-Kreis)--Research results in forensic medicine, anthropology and archaeology].},
  author={Stephanie Zesch and Elke Doberentz and Michael Schmauder and Wilfried Rosendahl and Burkhard Madea},
  journal={Archiv fur Kriminologie},
  year={2016},
  volume={237 3-4},
  pages={102-15}
}
On April 15th 2014, human skeletal remains were found during digging activities for constructing a new building at Bornheim-Uedorf (Rhein-Sieg-Kreis) near the river Rhine (about 20 meters) in a pit measuring 10 by 10 meters and having a depth of about 150 cm. The skeletal remains were preserved quite well considering the fact that they were located so near to the Rhine, although several skeletal parts were missing. The preserved skeletal remains comprised some skull fragments (including two ear… CONTINUE READING