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The body of British explorer, navigator and cartographer, Captain Matthew Flinders, has been exhumed from St. James's Gardens, London, England as part of the High Speed 2 (HS2) excavations. His remains were identified by a lead plate atop his coffin.

Captain Flinders, aboard the HMS Investigator, lead the first circumnavigation of the Australian continent. He was the grandfather of Egyptologist Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie.

Source: Matthew Flinders: Australia explorer's remains found in HS2 dig



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