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The Museum of London has partnered with the February issue of National Geographic magazine on a photographic exhibition of objects

found at archaeological digs across the capital since the late 20th century.

Ten unearthed items have been photographed by renowned landscape photographer Simon Norfolk. The finds include these human skeletons, victims of the Black Death of 1348- 50, which were uncovered near Charterhouse Square.

Another photograph shows a seventh- century high-born Saxon woman’s copper brooch, decorated with gold wire and a mosaic of garnets. The free exhibition, Under London, runs until 3 July.

 www.museumoflondon.org.uk

 

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