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A Dart in a Boy’s Eye May Have Unleashed This Legendary Massacre in Alaska 350 Years Ago

Posted by Jean-Yves on Apr 26, 2019
 

Archaeologists have uncovered a 350-year-old massacre in Alaska that occurred during a war that may have started over a dart game. The discovery reveals the gruesome ways the people in a town were executed and confirms part of a legend that has been passed down over the centuries by the Yup’ik people.

A recent excavation in the town of Agaligmiut (which today is often called Nunalleq) has uncovered the remains of 28 people who died during the massacre and 60,000 well-preserved artifacts.

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