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This is an image issued by Museum of London Archaeology on Wednesday June 6, 2012 , showing an archaeologist as she undertakes initial archaeological excavation work at the site of The Curtain Theatre in London in October 2011. Archaeologists say they have discovered the remains of an Elizabethan theatre where some of William Shakespeare's plays were first performed. Experts from the Museum of London have uncovered a yard and gallery walls from the Curtain Theatre in Shoreditch, just east of London's business district. (AP Photo/Museum of London Archaeology)

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This is an image issued by Museum of London  Archaeology on Wednesday June 6, 2012 , showing  an archaeologist as she undertakes initial archaeological excavation work at the site of The Curtain Theatre in London  in October 2011. Archaeologists say they have discovered the remains of an Elizabethan theatre where some of William Shakespeare's plays were first performed. Experts from the Museum of London have uncovered a yard and gallery walls from the Curtain Theatre in Shoreditch, just east of London's business district. (AP Photo/Museum of London Archaeology)
This is an image issued by Museum of London Archaeology on Wednesday June 6, 2012 , showing an archaeologist as she undertakes initial archaeological excavation work at the site of The Curtain Theatre in London in October 2011. Archaeologists say they have discovered the remains of an Elizabethan theatre where some of William Shakespeare's plays were first performed. Experts from the Museum of London have uncovered a yard and gallery walls from the Curtain Theatre in Shoreditch, just east of London's business district. (AP Photo/Museum of London Archaeology)
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