A Home Office pathologist has been called in to carry out a post mortem examination on the two babies.A file is due to be prepared for Glamorgan coroner Andrew Barkley and an inquest is expected to be opened next week.He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA and Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy; he was also awarded the 2013 Cotsen Prize for Life-Time Achievement in World Archaeology.
'The poor little thing was grey in the face, I would say he was already dead.
'They worked on the other one in the ambulance but there was nothing they could do.' Mrs Way said the babies' single mother had taken them for a check-up on Friday at the local clinic.
She wrote: 'Sadly this morning two of my beautiful godsons passed away.
I'm trying to raise money for their mother.'If anybody would like to help hopefully we can raise enough to take the financial stress off Sarah at this difficult time thank you all for reading xxx'. They had a difficult start because they were very light but they were doing very well.
Just as important are lengthy, well-referenced chapters of the implications of radiocarbon dating for Old and New World archaeology, referencing general problems in the application of the dating technique and specific examples from the Old and New Worlds. Taylor is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Riverside (UCR) and Visiting Professor in the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).