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Discovery of 26 skeletons in front garden to shed new light on ancient life in Scotland’s isles (www.scotsman.com)

The human remains, which were likely laid to rest around 500 to 600 years ago, were found in Upper Scalloway on the Shetland mainland after a homeowner started digging to build a shed for his children’s bikes.

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