In London, archaeologists discovered a tombstone, and the remains of the famous British Explorer Matthew Flinders. He explored Australia and gave her this name, according to ABC.
Gravestone researcher and his remains were discovered by accident during excavations at the railway station Euston.
It is reported that in the 1840-ies there was a cemetery, but during the expansion of the city part of the tombstones have disappeared, along with the memorial plate of the Flinders ranges.
Found on the tombstone there is a record of what the researcher was buried on 23 July 1814. It is reported that his remains are reburied. Along with the bones of Flinders found another 40 thousand human remains. They also will transfer to another place.