Bone age dating archaeology
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Froment and Rozzi note that cows were common during the Neolithic period, so it was unlikely the surgeon needed to save the life of a food animal.
They think the operation may have been practice for trepanation on humans.
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Historic records indicate the U-3523 had been carrying a crew of 58, but its mission is unknown.
The submarine was found in the North Sea, about nine miles from the site where the British navy reported the hit, partially buried in the sea bed on a diagonal.