Somewhat related to this question: Sgian Dubh during the London Social Season, do you have to check it in everywhere? there will be a constant stream of guests in and out for about 2 - 2 1/2 months. Being annual visitors, most already know London from a long time back. I think it would be great to refer them to see something discovered more recently.
"Crossrail" is a project to build a modern rail connection spanning the city from east to west and extending out from Bucks to Essex. While excavating, workers found something like an ossuary, but containing only skulls (hence the name "Crossrail Skulls"). The current theory is that the skulls once belonged to gladiators or Roman soldiers who were beheaded.
The research was done earlier this year by the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA), but this institution does excavation and research and is not a proper museum in the ordinary definition of the word.
So where are they? Where can somebody go and see them? I have Googled high and low without success.
Question: where can someone see the Crossrail Skulls?