For my Archaeology in the News Post for week six I came across a post about human remains found at a sacrificial alter in Mt. Lykaion. This site is known to be a place where animal sacrifices were made in the honor of the almighty Zeus, King of the Gods. According to the article this is the first set of human remains actually discovered at the site. The remains were well reserved and covered with stone slabs, which to me sounds like some kind of burial ceremony. The remains are believed to be that of an adolescent and the skull of the remains is missing, however the jaw is intact. The significance of this in terms of archaeology is that for a site where only animal sacrifices are made, it makes me wonder if human sacrifices were practiced here, and if so why were they never recovered and are there more sets of human remains at this site? Since dating is the theme this week in class seriation and superposition can probably both be used when discussing the article as it will help us to see how long the remains and its items have been and there and when they were buried. The stone slabs could maybe tell a lot as well, as I am sure they were not laced there by accident. While the article states that human activity is somewhat frequent at this site, I am pretty sure that this site is full of rich secrets that would be worth uncovering.