Everyone wants to leave a legacy. After all, life is short, and as people grow older, they worry about being forgotten forever. Sure, few people achieve a degree of fame, but everyone dreams of leaving something nice to be remembered by, hopefully not fading away for the rest of time.
Unfortunately, some people don’t get to achieve a legacy until well after their deaths. Such is the case with a recent discovery of a Medieval graveyard under Cambridge University. After centuries of obscurity, hundreds of once-forgotten souls will now have their stories heard.
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