LEVELLER BURIAL GROUND UNCOVERED

Archaeologists working on the crossrail project have uncovered the site at Broadgate near Liverpool Street station of the burial of Robert Lockyer and John Lilburne.

Robert Lockyer, a soldier in Cromwell’s New Model Army who was executed for his involvement in the Bishopsgate Mutiny – when the army defied orders to leave London – was buried there after a funeral that terrified the authorities, attended by thousands of mourners wearing the Levellers’ green ribbons

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  1. Anon

    Off topic but Paul O’Gradys ‘Working Class Britain’ -(starts this Thursday) has been retitled ‘Working Britain’.

  2. Are you sure it’s not the remains of a militant worker disposed of by ‘security’ bozo thugs employed by blacklisting bastard contractors?

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