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Dog's tooth leads to discovery of earliest known journey in UK history

Archaeologists find evidence of 250-mile York to Wiltshire trip made 7,000 years ago made by Mesolithic man and his pet Archaeologists have discovered evidence of what they believe is the earliest known journey in British history: a 250-mile trip from York to Wiltshire made 7,000 years ago by a Mesolithic hunter-gatherer and his dog. Scientific investigation of a dog’s tooth found at a site one mile from Stonehenge has thrown up a number of exciting discoveries, said archaeologist David Jacques, who leads the team digging at an encampment site called Blick Mead.
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