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Oriens Roman burial - did she eat mince pies?
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Discuss.... Smile

"Experts analysing the remains from the Oriens Roman burial hope they may find answers as to how the child and her community celebrated Christmas."

Really... is there a test for mince pies?

http://www.hinckleytimes.net/news/local-...es-6442134
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#2
Does this mean we can all put out speculative 'we are hoping to find' press releases in order to justify px funding-requests? }Smile
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i'll wager its the result of a journalist scraping the barrel for a topical story but i wonder if it will work
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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