Delivering the Past: the bones beneath

By acollinson on 31 Oct 2016
The skull of a body uncovered at the General Post Office site in the 1970s.

The skull of a body uncovered at the General Post Office site in the 1970s.

A graveyard, uncovered in London during the 1970s, offered both a huge opportunity and a terrific challenge for archaeologists, who had to excavate over two hundred bodies before the bulldozers rolled in. Lucy Creighton investigates what stories these bones have to tell, nearly 1000 years on.

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