Nine fifth and sixth Century skeletons unearthed on the site of a former Roman Villa in Northamptonshire are to be re-interred.
The skeletons were found in two archaeological digs at Whitehall Farm, in Nether Heyford, in 2004 and 2009, and are being returned to the land on Wednesday, June 26.
When excavated, the graves were found to include several warrior burials with swords and daggers alongside the bodies, as well as possessions including a beaded necklace, spear and brooch.
Also interred were an infant and several adolescents, suggesting a family grave. Read more.