Monday, October 5, 2009
'Bluehenge' the new Stonehenge, say researchers
A "NEW Stonehenge" uncovered near the original famous monument could be one of the most important prehistoric finds in decades, archaeologists say.
Dubbed "Bluehenge", the site was unearthed over the British summer and has been kept secret since.
Researchers say it appears to have been constructed around the same time as Stonehenge and the two may have been used in conjunction.
A Z Lynch
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