In 2020, archaeologists discovered the skeleton of a monkey in a latrine tower on the St. Alban-Graben. Broken bones and other injuries testify to a monkey's life in late medieval Basel. DNA analysis reveals the original origin of the animal. Discarded household effects date the monkey's death to around 1350-1400 and shed light on the social environment in which the pet lived its life.
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