Monday, July 26, 2010

St Andrews scholar seeks secrets of Stonehenge's sister

Fife lecturer is part of a European team that has found a Stonehenge "twin," a discovery described as the most exciting of a lifetime at the prehistoric site.

Archaeologists have found a major ceremonial monument less than a kilometre from the stone circle near Salisbury.

The circular ditch, which probably held a ring of timber posts, may have been used for feasting and is within sight of its world-famous neighbour.

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