London rail project uncovers possible plague burial site

03/18/2013 | Reuters

A rail dig in London has uncovered a burial site that archeologists believe could hold the remains of people killed by bubonic plague more than 650 years ago. Thirteen skeletons have been found, and archaeologists believe as many as 50,000 bodies could be interred at the site.

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