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January 17, 2014
Three headstones mark the spot of the former Hyde Abbey, where a pelvic bone that could potentially belong...
Winchester, United Kingdom
Three headstones mark the spot of the former Hyde Abbey, where a pelvic bone that could potentially belong...
Three headstones mark the spot of the former Hyde Abbey, where a pelvic bone that could potentially belong to either King Alfred the Great or his son Edward the Elder was found, in Winchester, southern England January 17, 2014. Although the bone was discovered during an excavation in Hyde Abbey in 1999, it is only recently that tests have led researchers to make a link between the bone and King Alfred or his son. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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