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Julian Thomas’ excavation at Dorstone Hill – update

Hot on the heels of finding a range of artefacts that included polished stone axes and an awl, the team led by Prof Julian Thomas and Dr Keith Ray has come up trumps. Their excavations at Dorstone Hill have revealed … Continue reading

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New settlement site revealed in Berkshire

Wessex Archaeology have just released details of their excavation at Kingsmead Quarry, Horton, Berkshire. The site contains at least 4 structures which are interpreted as houses. Further details can be found on the Wessex Archaeology blog: http://www.wessexarch.co.uk/projects/horton2013

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Reconstructing Neolithic Houses

As you may have heard, English Heritage have plans to include reconstructions of Neolithic ‘houses’, based on the excavations at Durrington Walls by the Stonehenge Riverside Project, as part of the new visitor centre at Airman’s Corner. The first phase … Continue reading

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Reconstructing Neolithic houses.

As part of the improvements being made at Stonehenge and the new visitor centre based at Airman’s Corner, there is going to be reconstruction of a Neolithic house, based upon evidence found during the Stonehenge Riverside Project excavations at Durrington … Continue reading

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