2,000-Year-Old Human Remains Found at Construction Site

Archaeologists unearth woman's bones discovered by crews doing road work in Davie, Fla.
3:00 | 01/10/14

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And they will drive on a road of bones Florida archaeologists have turned up the perfectly preserved remains of a 2000 year old native American woman. The area near Fort Lauderdale has been inhabit it for an estimated 5000 years and today it looks like so many other commuter roads. Thousands of cars that passed over this every month so gives you an idea that even under a a modern highway. There could be some archaeological. --

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