Sex: Probable male
Date: This skeleton came from the mid-14th-century phase of burials.
Health: He tested positive for Yersinia pestis, which was probably the cause of death. In addition there were indicators that he had suffered periods of stress in his life: residual rickets, usually a sign of a lack of vitamin D or calcium during childhood, and porotic hyperostosis, which may indicate stress. He also had some dental caries (cavities) and periodontal (gum) disease.