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Historic Church Unearthed in York’s City Center
Monday, September 16, 2013
YORK, ENGLAND—A church dating to the Victorian era and possibly back to the medieval period has been uncovered in King’s Square, York, which is being refurbished. “Over the next couple of weeks the archaeologists will clean and record the remains of the church and remove any burials that might be affected by the resurfacing works,” said archaeologist John Oxley for the City of York Council.
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