It’s official. Archaeologists have discovered a second henge in the proximity of Stonehenge in the Wiltshire countryside.  Evidently made of timber, this second henge mirrors the classic in formation, consisting of a circular ditch which surrounds a circle of pits which archaeologist Vince Gaffney of the University of Birmingham believes supported the bases of timber posts.

Very exciting stuff.


1 Comment

  1. Not a dwarf. A leprachaun.
    That was funny.

    Comment by Blackwatertown — July 28, 2010 @ 11:38 pm

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