The girl, identified as Kornelia, had been visiting a plot near Kruszyn when she discovered part of a flint tool dating from thousands of years ago.
The Neolithic cemetery in the village of Stara Wieś in Silesia contained the remains of three people who were found lying on their right side with arms bent and curled up and their heads pointing to the East. But Romek Turakiewicz from the Archaeology Department at Raciborz Museum said: “It could be a mass grave and there could be more skeletons.”
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