Archaeologists who dug just a foot deep at a newly discovered prehistoric Native American burial ground in Round Rock say they have found the bones of three people, a flint knife and a fragment of a dart.
The team of scientists from Texas State University arrived at a construction site southwest of U.S. 79 and Red Bud Lane last Friday after a worker told Round Rock police he had turned up bones.
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