Archaeologists found a tomb dating back to 5500 BC – to the Neolithic period, at the construction site of the Arsenaux cultural centre in Sion, Switzerland.
The tomb was discovered among a number of Prehistoric settlement remains, including remains of houses and other graves, which date back to 5500-4800 BC. Construction work at the site has been suspended until in mid-September so archaeologists can carry out their work. The construction should resume at the end of the summer unless another important find is made, added the statement.
(after Valais archaeological service & The Local)