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I wonder if this has happened in the past, we just don't have archaeological records of it because the bodies have been composted?



Of course it has. There are many cultures where it was normal to simply dig a hole in the earth and put the body in there, either directly, or wrapped in cloths or in a wooden casket.

The composting happens slower that way, but it still does.




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