Carbon tests on 'battle casualty'

Carbon tests on 'battle casualty'

There are 1 comment on the Newsday story from Apr 30, 2013, titled Carbon tests on 'battle casualty'. In it, Newsday reports that:

Tests are under way on a skeleton found in an East Sussex town to find out if it could be a casualty of the 1264 Battle of Lewes.

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Tomball, TX

#1 Apr 30, 2013
It says: The society has described the clash between the armies of King Henry III and rebel baron Simon de Montfort - which saw the king's defeat and the summoning of England's first representative parliament - as an "early struggle for democracy".

WOW. How nice!

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