stumbled across a news story that reinforces that point.
Seems that archaeologists working in a Prague, Czech Republic suburb unearthed a male skeleton dating back to 2900-2500 BC with its head pointed eastward and surrounded by domestic
Those were burial rituals in that particular culture only seen previously in female graves.
"From history and ethnology, we know that people from this period took
funeral rites very seriously so it is highly unlikely that this positioning
was a mistake," said lead archaeologist Kamila Remisova Vesinova.
According to Corded Ware culture which began in the late Stone Age and
culminated in the Bronze Age, men were traditionally buried lying on their
right side with their heads pointing towards the west, and women on their
left sides with their heads pointing towards the east. Both sexes would be
put into a crouching position.
Repeat after me, transpeople are part of the diverse mosaic of human life
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