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Earliest Evidence of Using Flower Beds for Burial Found in Raqefet Cave in Mt. Carmel (3 of 3)

Caption: a) These are impressions of flowering stems in the grave of Homo 25 and Homo 28, marked by dashed lines. b) Flowing stems of Salvia judaica are presented in the same scale and orientation as the impressions in the grave.

Credit: Photographs were taken by E. Gerstein (Fig. 4A) and A. Danin (Fig. 4B).

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