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Artist or CreatorMartin Rowson
Title or CaptionHey everyone! So who else wants to visit thar really cool medieval plague pit?
Extent1 item
Published byThe Guardian
Date16 Mar 2013
FormatDigital
Embedded text or transcriptCan I just finish briefing Cabinet on the contents of the Budget first?
Fit for work
Person DepictedMurdoch; Rupert (Keith Rupert) (1931-)
Johnson; Boris (1964-)
Osborne; George (1971-)
Clegg; Nick (1967-)
Cameron; David (1966 Oct. 9-);
May; Theresa (1956-)
Duncan Smith; (George) Iain (1954-)
Gove; Michael (1967-)
Cable; Vincent (1943-)
Hague; William
Implied textFur Cup
Growth Sloth
Fata Cats of Capitalism
NotesNews: "Seven centuries after their demise, the skeletons of 12 plague victims have been unearthed in the City of London, a find which archaeologists believe to be just the tip of a long-lost Black Death mass burial ground. Arranged in careful rows, the bodies were discovered 2.5 metres below the ground in Charterhouse Square in works for a Crossrail tunnel shaft beside the future ticketing hall for Farringdon station. Tests are needed to confirm the skeletons' provenance, but the discovery should shed more light on life and death in 14th-century Britain and help scientists to understand how the plague mutated. ... " Gwym Topham, The Guardian
Subjectsburials
graves
balloons
Mayor of London
Budgets
disabled
supplementary benefits
Copyright contact detailsmartin.rowson1@ntlworld.com
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