Archaeologists Seek New Clues at Stonehenge Scientists are digging up the ground around Stonehenge in the first major excavation in more than 40 years. Lead archaeologist Timothy Darvill talks about what he thinks the ancient structure was intended for — and what he hopes to find in the ground around it.
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Archaeologists Seek New Clues at Stonehenge

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Archaeologists Seek New Clues at Stonehenge

Archaeologists Seek New Clues at Stonehenge

Archaeologists Seek New Clues at Stonehenge

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Scientists are digging up the ground around Stonehenge in the first major excavation in more than 40 years.

Andrea Seabrook talks to lead archaeologist Timothy Darvill about what he thinks the ancient structure was intended for — and what he hopes to find in the ground around it.