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Medieval skeletons to be reburied
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The skeletons were found during work on a bypass
Medieval skeletons unearthed during work on a Lincolnshire bypass are being reburied on Sunday.

The remains of 44 priests and workers from a medieval hospital and chapel were discovered during archaeological excavations at Partney near Spilsby.

A special service will take place on Sunday evening at the site where the remains were found.

John Hudson, chairman of Partney Parish Council, said the discovery gave a fascinating insight into the past.




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