Archaeologists have discovered in Rome remains of the first guest workers
A group of scientists and archaeologists from the universities of Durham and West Florida have conducted studies of ancient human remains that were buried about two thousand years to ancient Roman cemeteries. The researchers used a method of isotope analysis by which scientists were able to determine the conditions under which was formed the tooth enamel of ancient people, what they ate and the water drank in life. Thus, experts were able to establish, who was a native of Ancient Rome, and who came from other places.
Journalists Express News . referring to the materials published in the expert edition of PLoS One, has told its readers that eight of the examined human remains there are obvious signs that their diet has undergone major changes. In particular, it was found that these people came from Northern Africa, though figure out whether it was a voluntary action or compulsory, is not possible. Moreover, in those days it could be as the people who arrived in Ancient Rome with the purpose of training, and slaves.
Despite the problems with determining the motives that pushed the ancient people to make such a long transition to modern scientists, though, walesonlinethe that one of the men whose remains are subjected to research, arrived in Ancient Rome on their own. Thus, the researchers were able for the first time in the history to find documented evidence of migration of ancient people. Certainly, these processes occurred in earlier times, however, concrete evidence of this was discovered only now.
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