Archaeologists working in Bawtry, South Yorkshire, England, have unearthed dozens of skeletons dating to the 14th century. The skeletons are of all ages and are thought to be interred in a formal cemetery, possibly belonging to a hospital that was once thought to exist on the site.
Because Bawtry was a port city, researchers think that some of the remains may be foreign. After a detailed study of the skeletons, the remains will be reburied at a new site. [photo]