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Oldest skull mudlarked from Thames belongs to neolithic male

Oldest skull mudlarked from Thames belongs to neolithic male

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The oldest skull ever found on the banks of the River Thames – dating from about 5,600 years ago – will go on display at the Museum of London. The fragment of a neolithic skull was mudlarked from the south bank of the river’s foreshore by Martin Bushell last September. The frontal bone, dated to …

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