Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Marden Henge dig uncovers 4,500-year-old dwelling

A dwelling, thought to be 4,500 years old, has been discovered by archaeologists in Wiltshire.

Excavation work at the prehistoric site of Marden Henge, near Devizes, started three weeks ago and experts say the find has "exceeded expectations".

Marden Henge no longer has any standing stones and is said to be one of Britain's least understood ancient sites.

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