Experts said a "significant proportion of very lavish burials" belonged to women
Burials of richly-dressed women interred with their jewellery and personal items have been unearthed at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery.
About 20 graves dating to the fifth and sixth centuries, including one containing a woman cradling a baby, were found in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
The cemetery was discovered after a metal detectorist uncovered artefacts at the site in Scremby, near Skegness.
Experts said there was a "rich array" including necklaces and brooches
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