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Medieval Cambridge's Inequality "Recorded on the Bones" of Its Residents

News   Jan 26, 2021 | Original story from the University of Cambridge

 
Medieval Cambridge's Inequality "Recorded on the Bones" of Its Residents

The remains of numerous individuals unearthed on the former site of the Hospital of St. John the Evangelist, taken during the 2010 excavation on the site of the Divinity School building, St John's College, University of Cambridge. Credit: Cambridge Archaeological Unit.

 
 
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