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Stonehenge breakthrough as ‘revolutionary technology’ exposes ‘previously unseen features’

The four plaques that were found within three miles of each other from 1968–2017 are considered one of the most…

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The four plaques that were found within three miles of each other from 1968–2017 are considered one of the most spectacular examples of Prehistoric British engraved chalk. Two of the stone were unearthed from what is called the “Chalk Plaque Pit” as part of the construction work to widen the A303 road back in 1968. Experts from Wessex Archaeology have now been able to scan the decorated stone by using a special texture mapping technique.

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