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Breakthrough In Stonehenge Excavations

April 10, 2008

British Archaeologists claim to have made a breakthrough in their recent excavations at the 4500-year-old historic site of Stonehenge in England that may help explain why the site was built.

During the excavations, the team of archaeologists has reached a series of sockets that once held bluestones, smaller stones that was the basis of Stonehenge’s original structure. However most of these sockets are now missing.

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  1. April 19, 2008 4:45 pm

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