Museum bones 'are Alfred the Great'
The bones of King Alfred the Great or his son, Edward the Elder, are believed to have been found in a box stored in a museum - and not buried in an unmarked grave as previously thought.
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#1 Jan 18, 2014
WOW.. how about that! Bones and cannibals!
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