A 200-year-old burial site has been discovered during redevelopment work at Brighton Dome Corn Exchange.
One skeleton was found earlier this week, but now nine graves have been uncovered.
The remains are in the process of being exhumed from underneath the area previously used as the venue’s mini conference room.
They are thought to be from a Quaker burial ground that existed before the Royal Pavilion Estate was built.
Story: BBC News | Photo: Carlotta Luke