Hulme's history is often associated with the notorious Crescents or its vital role in the Manchester music scene.
But an archaeological dig is trying to unearth the inner-city district’s forgotten Medieval past.
Archaeologists will carry out a three-week excavation at Birley Fields in Hulme before a new university campus is built on the land.
One aim of the project is to find remains of a farm that could date back to the late Medieval period – thought to be the first time people lived in the area.
A team of archaeologists from Manchester Metropolitan University believe the foundations of hundreds of terrace houses built at the start of the industrial revolution also lie below Birley Fields.
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