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Ancient Stone Circle (Not Very Ancient)

Ancient History

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1papyri
Jan 28, 11:02pm Top

From The Guardian

'Ancient' Scottish stone circle was built in 1990s

Archaeologists were studying the stone circle site until the former farm owner came forward and told them he had built it.

2alaudacorax
Jan 29, 9:24am Top

Wales is littered with stone circles - Gorsedd Stones - commemorating various National Eisteddfods of the last couple of hundred years. I've often wondered whether they'll confuse things for the archaeologists of a thousand years' time (if we survive that long).

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