4625 BC, December 31, Tuesday –Location: 47° 33′ 0″ North, 3° 10′ 0″ West:

A man and two women were slain at Téviec. The man died of a wound caused by a flint arrowhead that lodged in his spine. One of the ladies received five severe blows to the head and was then shot between the eyes with an arrow as she lay dying. The second woman was brutally beaten, then died later.

4624 BC, February 6 (JC)

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