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from Mail Online

By Daily Mail Reporter

HORN OF PAIN | A former slave (name unknown) holds a horn once used to call slaves who were tolling out in the fields. Plantation horns were a means of regulating time. Like bells, horns told the enslaved workers when to get up, when to go to the fields, when to break… (near Marshall, Texas).

Isotope analysis reveals diet of beheaded Viking slaves In the Viking era, a number of slaves were beheaded and then buried together with their masters. New methods of skeleton analysis reveal more about the life of the poor more than a thousand years ago.

A memorial statue at the location of the old Stone town slave market. The statue was made by a Swedish sculptor and chains that were actually used to bind slaves are used in the statue binding the figures together. I hopped in to share a moment of silence.