The article that I found interesting was about the discovery of four female skeletons in Ireland. They found that these skeletons were well preserved in a depth of .35m and found to be dated during 1250-1350 AD based on the pottery that was discovered within their graves. This kind of burial showed that they were probably not wealthy and instead poor because of the location was at the south-west corner of the main graveyard and also because they were not buried in coffins. The skeletons consisted of two adults in their 20s and two children who were determined to be around the age of eight or nine. The younger adult female showed damage to her spine probably because of heavy lifting and one leg was shorter than the other. This sort of discovery showed a clear distinction between the life of the wealthy and the life of the poor. This ties into our own class because of the way how technology in archaeology has advanced and the many discoveries we can make based on the skeletal remains we find from others. We could potentially even find DNA from these skeletons even if it has been degraded because of the long time preserved in the grave. It is just amazing and eye opening to how far we have come and the way how our lives right now are different and yet similar in very specific cases to these four girls.