Britain lands discovers new ancients
(MENAFN) Archaeologians and scientists have discovered a proof of a formerly unidentified stone circle through a prehistoric ceremonial site in Cornwall on Britain's seaside of the south east.
A group of volunteers emptied Castilly Henge clos to Bodmin of bracken as well as cleaned for the archaeologists to localize the stone circle utilizing modern surveying methods. This localization discovered at least seven grooves spaced at a same distance in the interior, making a shape looking like a crooked horseshoe.
Not every henge, a circular or oval-shaped group with a channel being round the inner edge, structured amid the Neolithic era between 3,000 and 2,500 BC, has a stone circle, adding to that, there is just one other in Cornwall, Stripple Stones on the steep of Hawk’s Tor on Bodmin Moor.
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