”Highways England, the body in charge of constructing a controversial new tunnel that will re-route traffic underneath the Stonehenge site, has been accused of digging a hole through a platform made from flint and animal bone around 4,000 BCE. The damage was allegedly done when workers at Blick Mead – an archaeological site 1.5 miles from Stonehenge proper – dug a 10-foot-deep hole through a platform that preserves the hoof prints of aurochs, wild cattle that have been extinct for hundreds of years…”
Source: Stonehenge Site Damaged During Road Construction, Archeologists Say
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|Stonehenge Site Damaged During Road Construction||676||Dr. Troglodyte||06-Dec-18 17:17|
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