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NYC launches archaeological repository and digital archive

Nearly 1 million antiquities including ceramics, a bayonet, perfume and medicine bottles—even a 200-year-old douche device—have been unearthed at construction sites in New York City, artifacts that help shed light on local history and the people who once lived there.
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