Early Stone Age houses excavated in Prague
|Reconstruction of a Neolithic house [Credit: Prague Museum]|
Over the years, Bubeneč has proved fertile hunting grounds for finds from the early Stone Age up through the Bronze Age. Balý said the area had been continuously populated for many thousands of years.
Last April, Czech archaeologists working in Bubeneč discovered what the international tabloid media came to call the grave of a “gay cavemen” — in fact a unique late Stone Age grave perhaps of a transsexual or “third gender” man dating from between 2500-2800 BC and the era of the so-called Corded Ware culture in the Czech Republic.
Author: Brian Kenety | Source: Czech Position [May 07, 2012]