Archaeologists Unearth 350 Circular Graves in Osaka

The UK’s Daily Mail reports on a new archaeological find in Japan, in the city of Osaka. The article begins:

“Excavations at a construction site for a train station in Japan have revealed an burial ground containing the bones of 350 people in tiny round graves.

“The site — dubbed the ‘Umeda Tomb’ — is located in Osaka and is thought to be one of seven historical grave sites located across the city.

“The burial ground dates to the late Edo and early Meiji eras — around the year 1868.”

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