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'Skeletons: London's buried bones' exhibition
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A worker at the Wellcome Collection places her hands on a skull during the press preview of the "Skeletons: London's buried bones" exhibition in London July 22, 2008. The exhibition comprises 26 skeletons from the Museum of London's centre of human bioarcheology and aims to show how Londoners lived and died over the last 2000 years. The exhibitions runs to September 28. [Agencies]

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