This skeleton which was discovered in 1823 was part of the oldest ceremonial burial in Western Europe.
It was discovered in a cave on the Gower but removed to Oxford University where it has remained ever since.
The skelton which got its name because it was dyed with red ochre is actually that of a man.
Apparently it was mistakenly thought to be that of a woman as there was jewellry found nearby.
Oxford are understandably not keen to get involved in a debate.
Gower Assembly member Byron Davies is ready to take up the cause.
Of course it should be returned! What do you think?
3rd July 2013