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Iron age people were emotionally attached to objects, research shows

Iron age people were emotionally attached to objects, research shows

A replica of a roundhouse in Wales. Archaeologists think iron age people had trouble discarding ‘problematic stuff’ just like we do. Photograph: Liquid Light/Alamy From outgrown baby clothes to hideous mugs once used by a parent, there are certain items it is curiously hard to part with. Now research suggests difficulty of...

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