The above intact skeleton, according to Ken would have died between 10 and 12 years old, possibly 13 and though her skeleton appears normal, her head is clearly huge and elongated. The shape of the pelvis indicated a female, and the skull, Ken said, is way out of the range for cranial deformation.
As well, there was a fetus found in the tower which died, according to radiologist Ken, at between 7 and 9 months development. He believes it is quite possible that the fetus was from the young girl, and that both may likely have died during childbirth, or soon before that.
No artificial cranial deformation here.
Another recent find of interest:
Ancient Long-Headed Skull from Korea was Naturally Formed
Research paper: Bio-Anthropological Studies on Human Skeletons from the 6th Century Tomb of Ancient Silla Kingdom in South Korea.
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