DONCASTER Museum is expected to stage an exhibition of the borough's recent major Viking or Saxon find in the next few months.
Doncaster Council expects the bones of the 35 people whose grave was found during site preparations for the construction of the new North Ridge Community School in Adwick to be returned when archaeologists finish working on them.
But it is unlikely all the bones will be put on public display at the Chequer Road venue and may be kept in storage by the authority.
Jane Miller, director of neighbourhoods, said: "The excavated material is currently undergoing conservation and analysis but it is hoped that an exhibition will be held in Doncaster to give local people the chance to look at some of the
se finds within the next few months."
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