The sizes showed that kids aged six or younger were forming clay vessels.
In 2018 - the tenth excavation season at the site - digs in four areas exposed remains from the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, and the Early and Middle Bronze Ages.
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To confirm this, archaeologist Hans Reschreiter at the Natural History Museum of Vienna and his colleagues plan to test human excrement found in the Bronze Age section for sex hormone which younger children would lack.
When archaeologist Melie Le Roy at the Mediterranean Laboratory of Prehistory in Europe and Africa in Aix-en-Provence analysed a jumble of skeletal remains from prehistoric tombs in France, she found three baby teeth with cylindrical grooves formed when people repeatedly use their teeth for stretching and softening animal tendon or plant material, probably used for sewing or making baskets.