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Worcester Pilgrim (fl. 1450s?), archaeological discovery is the name given to the skeleton of a man, largely intact and partially clothed, which was discovered in 1987 during excavations at the base of the south-east pier of the crossing tower of Worcester Cathedral. The absence of a skull and of the right shoulder was caused by disturbances to the grave by building works in the cathedral in the centuries after the burial. An analysis of the remains and their associated grave goods has suggested that they constitute a rare example of a burial identifiable from its clothing as that of a pilgrim—the only other English one known being a twelfth- or thirteenth-century find in ...