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Dig uncovers Stonehenge people's settlement

Debris amid dwellings hints at feasts, rituals

By Gareth Cook
Globe Staff / January 31, 2007

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British archeologists have discovered evidence of more than two dozen houses belonging to the ancient people who built Stonehenge, a find likely to open an important chapter in the study of one of the world's most famous monuments. (Full article: 974 words)

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