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Seahenge - the monument as first seen by the excavators, briefly exposed at low tide.

The plank floating in the pool is a modern ship's timber.

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Current Archaeology No. 167 Vol.XIV No 11

Published March 2000

Edited by Andrew and Wendy Selkirk

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Avebury:the BeckhamptonAvenue

Excavationof an early Neolithicenclosureleads to the discoveryof the long-doubted

BeckhamptonAvenue.

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Aston:ABarrowPreserved

A gravelcompany(HansonAggregates)agrees to preservea BronzeAgebarrowinsidea Neolithiccursus.

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Seahenge A timber circleis excavatedat Holmeby the Sea,in Norfolk.

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Wanborough A secondRoman temple is excavatedat

Wanboroughin Surrey,

only 20 yardsawayfrom the temple excavatedin the 1980s.

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Greenwich ATimeTeam excavationreveals a Romantemple andraises questionsabout the statusof RomanLondon.

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