In Pictures: The Norman Conquest skull intriguing archaeologists in Lewes

By Ben Miller | 22 May 2014

See pictures of the 11th century skull we reported on yesterday, which is intriguing archaeologists in Lewes

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Skeleton 180 - one of 103 skeletons found in the grounds of the medieval hospital of St Nicholas Lewes - dates from around 1063.

It is being investigated as part of a project commemorating the 750th anniversary of the Battle of Lewes.

Pics: Malin Holst

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