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4,000 year old teeth tell of ancient British and European tourists

Today, people flock to Stonehenge from all over the world, but the imposing, mysterious stones of Salisbury Plain may have been an international tourist attraction for thousands of years. By studying the teeth of skeletons buried in that region, as well as the Peak District and the Yorkshire Wolds, a new study has found that ancient people were surprisingly mobile, traveling around Britain and continental Europe and often being buried far from home.
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