DNA detectives discover more skeletons in Mozart family closet

Luke Harding in Berlin [Guardian, 9 January 2006]
It is a mystery that has gone on for more than a century: did the old skull lodged in an Austrian basement really belong to the greatest composer of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart?
The results of DNA tests seeking to solve the mystery were broadcast on Austrian TV to coincide with the 250th anniversary this month of the composer’s birth. And the answer is: we still don’t know.
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