Science: Diggers

Last week TIME reported significant efforts and exhumations by archaeologists, ethnologists, anthro pologists, geologists, paleontologists, etc., in the Americas during the past few months. Folloiving are significant efforts and exhumations in Europe.

In England, a plot of ground was discovered in London near Fleet Street, that had never been built on. Diggers unearthed "15 feet of solid history," relics dating from the Paleolithic period (with a gap from Saxon times to the 13th Century) to the present. ¶Workmen digging for foundations for the new Bank of England building turned up the leather...

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