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Unearthing history at 'prehistoric Glastonbury'
"Stone Age Britons from across the North-East flocked to a prehistoric "Glastonbury festival" marked by mysterious rituals, a major archaeological discovery suggests.
Experts believe tools, pottery and timber stakes unearthed near Durham City show a site within view of Durham Cathedral was a place of mass worship as far back as 3,000 BC."
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Article by Mark Tallentire
13th July 2007ce
Edited 13th July 2007ce
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