Stirling pensioner discovered 4,000 year old human jawbone whilst fishing

by Dave Sadler

A Cornton pensioner last week recalled the day he found a 4000-year-old human jawbone while out fishing in the Forth 40 years ago.

It follows recent radiocarbon dating of bones discovered in Stirling in the late 19th century of a similar age of a man in his mid 20s who has been nicknamed ‘Torbrex Tam’ by archaeologists.

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