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Battered Roman-era skull with signs of violent trauma and a possible brain tumor unearthed in Spain

The skull, pictured above, before it was restored by the team. (Image credit: Pilar Fernández-Colón)

Archaeologists in Spain have unearthed a battered Roman-era skull that bears scars of violent trauma and may harbor signs of a brain tumor. However, not everyone is convinced that this battle-scarred man had a tumor, with one expert telling Live Science the findings are ambiguous.

The skull, discovered in 2019 during a caving expedition to the Sima de Marcenejas in northern Spain, dates to between A.D. 258 and 409 and belonged to a man who was likely between 30 and 40 years old when he died, possibly only decades before the fall of the Western Roman Empire.  

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