The Roman girl buried beneath a London landmark

Started by gash, April 24, 2016, 09:27:42 am

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30 St Mary Axe - better known by its nickname "The Gherkin" - is one of the most distinctive skyscrapers in London.  It stands on the site of the old Baltic Exchange, which was badly damaged by a Provisional IRA bomb in 1992 and subsequently demolished.  It was during excavations taking place prior to the construction of the Gherkin that, in 1995, the skeleton of a Roman Londoner who had lain undisturbed for 1,600 years was discovered.

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