Picture Gallery: Skulls, tools and cremations from 9,000 years of London archaeology

| 21 February 2014
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More than 50 archaeological finds, including skulls from Roman London, a Roman cremation pot, flint used by Londoners 9,000 years ago and items found in a suspected Black Death Plague burial ground are about to go on show at Crossrail's site at Tottenham Court Road in London.

Portals to the Past (opens in PDF) is at the Crossrail Visitor Information Centre, St Giles High Street from February 15 - March 15 2014.

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