Originally published 11/14/2016
Excavation of a newly-discovered grave site in central Tuscany dating to the Etruscan civilization has revealed the man interred within had been shackled around the neck and ankles when laid to rest. The 2,500-year-old grave is the first Etruscan burial of its kind ever found to feature shackles.
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