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They only lived to be about 100-150 years old
 
They only lived to be about 100-150 years old
   
*I would love to know who produced the above assertion! I can't cite a reference for this, as it was a TV programme reporting a research project, and my memory is terribly flaky (plus never thought I would need it) but lifespans during [[period]] were capable of rivalling contemporary. However, the ''average'' was shorter, once infant mortality, accidents and violent deaths are factored in.--[[User:64.9.120.91|64.9.120.91]] 01:56, 2 May 2007 (EST)
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*I would love to know who produced the above assertion! I can't cite a reference for this, as it was a TV programme reporting a research project, and my memory is terribly flaky (plus never thought I would need it) but lifespans during [[period]] were capable of rivalling contemporary. However, the ''average'' was shorter, once infant mortality, accidents and violent deaths are factored in.--[[User:Kittybriton|Kittybriton]] 02:02, 2 May 2007 (EST)

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They only lived to be about 100-150 years old

  • I would love to know who produced the above assertion! I can't cite a reference for this, as it was a TV programme reporting a research project, and my memory is terribly flaky (plus never thought I would need it) but lifespans during period were capable of rivalling contemporary. However, the average was shorter, once infant mortality, accidents and violent deaths are factored in.--Kittybriton 02:02, 2 May 2007 (EST)