The aim is to build these Neolithic huts at the Stonehenge visitor next year
Three Neolithic-style huts have been built at Old Sarum to learn more about how the builders of Stonehenge lived.
The huts, made of chalk and straw daub and wheat-thatched roofing, have been based on archaeological remains found at Durrington Walls, near Stonehenge.
Project leader Luke Winter said: "What we're trying to do is get a sense of what these buildings looked like above-ground."
The hope is to re-build the huts at Stonehenge visitor centre next year.
Mr Winter added: "What makes the buildings interesting is that they were dated to about the same time as the large Sarson stones were being erected at Stonehenge.
"One of the theories is that these may have housed the people that were helping with construction of that monument."
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