In the Jewish Necropolis there were some 346 tombs which were adapted to the topography of the land in which the burial ritual used was burial. At the same time, it is discovered that the different burials were distributed in a single or double pit, sometimes with a niche or a lateral enclosure covered with slabs or Roman tegulas. The skeletal remains date to the remains of an early medieval period between the years 1000 and 1050. They coincided with the dates of greatest splendor of Eliossana, the Jewish Lucena.
From these bone remains it has been possible to extract information about eating habits, life typology, physiognomy, etc.
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