London skulls reveal gruesome evidence of Roman head huntersImproved forensic techniques have shed new light on 39 skulls excavated near Museum of London in 1988

Improved forensic techniques have shed new light on 39 skulls excavated near Museum of London in 1988

The work of Redfern and Bonney may force archaeologists to have another look at more recent skull finds such as the one above, excavated during work on a new Crossrail station. Photograph: The Guardian

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