More details will be revealed tomorrow evening about an archaeological dig which uncovered items from Derry’s ancient past.

A number of skeletons were also found during the dig at a car park in Bishop Street last year.

The discoveries created much interest in the local area and huge crowds gathered to watch the archaeologists at work.

The dig was undertaken by archaeologists from the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork at Queen’s University Belfast.

It took place in an area of Bishop Street Within car park, adjacent to the city walls and St Augustine’s church.

Dr Emily Murray (pictured above), the director of last year’s excavation in Derry, will speak about the project during an event this evening at St. Augustine’s Church Hall.

Her talk, entitled ‘Digging up Medieval Derry: excavations at Bishop Street Car Park 2013’ will begin at 7.30pm.

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