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Article comparison of stone age grave for credibility

Compare two articles based on recent discoveries of a grave believed to be from the stone age - Prehistoric Lovers Found in Embrace and Stone-age grave reveals ancient nuclear family, Bryner, J. (2008).

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Hello and Welcome to Brainmass! I have outlined the facts as to why one article is more credible and dependable than the other. Several facts are presented and you should use them as a guideline to complete your assignment. The references are formatted using APA styling which you are welcome to use should you find necessary. Good Luck!!

Article Review - Prehistoric Burial

After reading both articles, I found the second one - Stone-age grave reveals ancient nuclear family to be more credible. I will explain why - please include these inconsistencies in your paper about the first article - Prehistoric Lovers Found in Embrace.

Inconsistencies in Prehistoric Lovers Found in Embrace:
?For one, Neolithic burials reflected practices that involved single occupants in shallow stone covered pits. "Each grave typically held a single occupant, who had been given a primary burial" (Kuperman, 2011).
?They were definitely buried during the Stone Age because flint tools, including arrowheads and a knife, were found with the remains. The Neolithic period was the last part of the Stone Age "and covered the period from the onset of farming and ending when metal tools came into widespread use" (Kime, 2009)
?The story that they were lovers cannot be confirmed since the genders have yet to be determined. The fact that Shakespeare's love story of 'Romeo and Juliet' was conceived in Verona ...

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The solution compares two articles about prehistoric burial and outlines the facts as to why one article is more credible and dependable than the other. These articels are based on recent discoveries of a grave believed to be from the stone age. Inconsistencies of one article (Prehistoric Lovers Found in Embrace) are listed and contrasted with consistencies of the other (Stone-age grave reveals ancient nuclear family, Bryner, J. (2008)).

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