Photo: Ancient Massacre Discovered in New Mexico -- Was It Genocide?



A clay bowl, a skull, and a protruding bone give grim witness to a brutal massacre in the Southwestern U.S. some 800 years ago.

The body was one of seven skeletons—including five adults, one child, and an infant—discovered in a remote New Mexico canyon in 2005.

Photograph courtesy Tony Largaespada, USFS


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