Sheepskin was used as an anti-fraud device in British legal documents for hundreds of years
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par Sean Doherty, Honorary Research Fellow in Archaeology, University of York
Jonathan Finch, Professor of Archaeology, University of York
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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- vendredi 9 avril 2021