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Two-thousand-year-old dog skull was discovered

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Two-thousand-year-old dog skull was discovered
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In the east of England, in the village of Long Melford, a two-thousand-year-old dog skull was discovered. The researchers concluded that the animal was of a breed similar to a terrier; the remains of the dog were among the remains of buildings from the Iron Age and pottery.

Researchers named the deceased dog Terence.


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