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Archaeologists may have found architects' camp for Stonehenge

Posts with alignment matching stone circle are discovered on army land at nearby Larkhill A team of archaeologists believe they may have discovered a spot where some of the architects of Stonehenge gathered and camped. Continue reading...
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