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Stonehenge Settlement Found: Builders' Homes, "Cult Houses"

By RobotGod     Jan 30, 2007 in World
A major prehistoric village has been unearthed near Stonehenge in southern England.
They think the settlement housed the builders of Stonehenge. Both sites were part of a much larger religious complex, or so they think So Stonehenge is not a single monument anymore. It is actually one of a pair. The initial stone circle at Stonehenge has been radiocarbon-dated to between 2600 and 2500 B.C. The dates for the village are "exactly the same time". Our world gets more and more interesting.
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