Fragments of medieval skulls and bones have been found during the restoration of a 12th Century building in Coventry.
The bones found in the Old Grammar School are believed to date back to some time between the 12th and 16th Centuries.
The excavation of the Grade I listed building is part of an £8.5m scheme to restore the building and extend the neighbouring Transport Museum.
Experts described the finds as “surprising”.
The year-long project, which began in March, will see the building restored for use as an exhibition, education and events space. Read more.