Discovery in Stonehenge, new Neolithic site found – Last Hour


(ANSA) – ROME, JUNE 22 – A ring of monoliths dating back to
over 4,000 years ago it was discovered near the historic site of
Stonehenge, in Great Britain. The BBC reports it. Excavations have
brought to light an area of ​​about 2 kilometers, formed by
boulders of 10 meters in diameter and 5 meters in width which
surround the ancient settlement of Durrington Walls, at 3
kilometers from Stonenhenge. According to the archaeologists of the
universities of St Andrews, Birmingham, Warwick, Glasgow and
of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, who have
worked on the project, the site is from the Neolithic era and was
connected to the historic sacred place. (HANDLE).


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