Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

2/10/2013

20 Roman-era skulls uncovered beneath a London railway station may have belonged to decapitated 1st century rebels

Construction workers in London have made an ‘unexpected and fascinating discovery’ during work on the city’s billion pound Crossrail project. Around 20 Roman skulls have been unearthed by tunnellers working beneath Liverpool Street Station, where the historic River Walbrook flows. for more click here

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