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From tales of discovering the lost city of Atlantis, to the latest discovery from an Australian whose Google Earth armchair archaeology suggests large parts of Saudi Arabia are 'immensely rich in archaeological remains' and 'probably several thousand years old", armchair archaeologists are finding new things to go ogle!

Published in Home Tech

An international team of archaeologists and scientists has found a previously undiscovered wooden structure just a little ways from the stone circle that the world knows as Stonehenge.


Published in Biology
Monday, 05 October 2009 20:51

Smaller Stonehenge-like stone circle discovered

British archaeologists have discovered a smaller 'Stonehenge' that they are calling 'Bluehenge' due to the color of the original stone that made up each monolith. Bluehenge was found down a pathway from the more famous monument.

Published in Biology
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