Ancient Execution

Dec 2014
23
Kent, England
#1
I found a reference on the internet to an ancient burial site containing the remains of c. 190 men of military age who had been executed IIRC by decapitation. I think it was near Edirne in modern Turkey.
Unfortunately I didn't bookmark it and I have been unable to find it again.
Can anyone help?
 
Jul 2017
206
Neverland
#3
I found a reference on the internet to an ancient burial site containing the remains of c. 190 men of military age who had been executed IIRC by decapitation. I think it was near Edirne in modern Turkey.
Unfortunately I didn't bookmark it and I have been unable to find it again.
Can anyone help?
I'm trying to force my brain on the subject, since I recently read about headless skeletons in the UK , Latin America and elsewhere.
Romans used to execute men and sell the women and children in slavery. The other places might have been in pre Celtic and
pre Tuatha de Dannan of mysterious place called - Erynn or Eire, the Scythian name for a country situated to the left of England, from the Irish Book of Invasions. Here's the link below.

Headless Romans in England Came From "Exotic" Locales?

ps This forum is so stagnant, you can can stick a fork in it.
 

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