Jane is the name given by
archaeologists to a fourteen-year-old English girl whose partial remains were
discovered at the site of the Jamestown settlement in 2012. Those archaeologists believe that she was
consumed during the Starving
Time in the winter of 1609–1610. A report issued by a forensic scientist at
the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., points to marks left behind on the
skull and a severed leg bone that clearly suggest cannibalism.. . .
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