Archaeologists say they have uncovered the ruins of an “incredibly rare” 5,000-year-old tomb in Orkney.
The Neolithic site at Holm, East Mainland, was largely destroyed by Victorian antiquarians 127 years ago.
Experts from National Museums Scotland (NMS) and Cardiff University rediscovered the tomb after a search for its precise location.
Despite the damage, the archaeologists have found 14 skeletons of men, women and children. more about this on the BBC web site at