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Side of the hut, while the men have hunting supplies and furs on their side of the household. The women and children appear emaciated and in bad health, whereas the men look strong and hardy. The women and men all have red or brown hair and light eyes, again paralleling what tourism literature has depicted as the typical 'Irish' citizen. Along the circular outer walls of this room are several other placards. On a panel entitled 'Evidence from Bones', the writers claim that the physical characteristics of Newgrange's Neolithic inhabitants can be seen in the faces of modern day Irish ancestors: 'Neolithic people were in many ways quite similar to us.
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