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Re: Why is Roman stuff buried, & Neolithic stuff not?
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The same happened with Wroxeter. There's Roman pillars that form part of the church gates in the nearby modern village.
There's a few meters of dirt that's built up in Avebury's henge, but I'd expect that, in a ditch, over 4,000 years. But several feet over many acres in less than half that time?

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suave harv
Posted by suave harv
18th October 2017ce

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