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Crossrail unearths Bedlam's significant archaeological site

A discovery of 3,000 human skeletons from a burial site that is 400 years old is being described as one of London's most significant archaeological finds

The Bedlam burial ground was used throughout a number of outbreaks of the plague and the Great Fire of London.

It was found by engineers working on the Crossrail project at London's Liverpool Street Station.

Tim Muffett reports.

  • 10 Mar 2015
  • From the section UK
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