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Roman-Era Skulls Found Beneath a London Railway Station

Roman-Era Skulls Found Beneath a London Railway Station

According to a new report, workers in London have made a new and unexpected discovery during work on the city's billion pound Crossrail project.

They have found around 20 Roman skulls, beneath Liverpool Street Station, where the historic River Walbrook flows.

The workers were working under the direction of Crossrail's archaeologists. The workers have carefully removed the human skulls and Roman pottery.

According to the workers, the skulls were found buried in clusters in the sediment of the historic tributary.

“Appetite for Wonder” Completely explains Life of Richard Dawkins

“Appetite for Wonder” Completely explains Life of Richard Dawkins

Richard Dawkins was once a respectable Christian but, presently he is considered as the most controversial atheist on the planet.

Richard's new memoir "An Appetite for Wonder" describes his past religious life in his story.

He narrates his story by saying that he lived very pious life. He prayed every night on his knees. He dreamt regularly of an angel blessing on him.

When his apparition came, he was surprised after seeing a man having long beard, who helps him understand about the evolution of human beings. That Englishman was further recalled as Charles Darwin.

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