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Archaeologists divided on Stonehenge solstice: is it right to share Stonehenge with all? Or to keep the 'prancing mystics' out?
Sixth century cemetery points to origins of Sutton Hoo
Bronze Age dagger found with jet buttons in Fife
More evidence of Roman PoW camp on Hadrian's Wall
Saxon royal cemetery discovered in Southampton: graves may have belonged to dynasty that founded one of England's first towns
London at the edge of the world
Recent excavations show that early London was a rough male town where conditions were terrible but there was a lot of money to be made, writes Peter Rowsome
Great sites: Little Woodbury
Everyone thought that prehistoric Britons lived in holes in the ground rather than houses, until a German refugee began to dig a site in a Wiltshire field
Landscape of war
Historians are only now coming to appreciate the Second World War's vast impact on Britain's landscape. William Foot reports.
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