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A team led by a University of Wisconsin archaeologist is analyzing the supposed skeletal remains from the long-dead crew of Christopher Columbus. The researchers found details of what they ate (Old World grains), what diseases they had (scurvy), and what members of the crew (Africans) were not so widely known to have gone on such voyages of discovery.

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