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Sheepskin was used as an anti-fraud device in British legal documents for hundreds of years

By Sean Doherty, Honorary Research Fellow in Archaeology, University of York
Jonathan Finch, Professor of Archaeology, University of York
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We studied hundreds of British legal documents and found most were made from sheepskin, which is harder to tamper with than other animal skins.


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