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No return to Scotland for bones of Cromwell's Battle of Dunbar prisoners

The remains of Scottish prisoners of war who died after being captured by Oliver Cromwell's troops nearly 400 years ago will not be reburied north of the border, archaeologists have announced.Between 17 and 28 skeletons discovered in a mass grave close to Durham Cathedral in 2013 were found to be the bones of prisoners from the brutal 1650 Battle of Dunbar, some 111 miles north.]

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