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Re: Durrington Walls shafts
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Rhiannon wrote:
The shafts are 5m deep and 10m in diameter?! Crazy stuff.
Thank you, Moss. I hope you are doing alright x

Hi Rhiannon, In fact I always thought 'ritual shafts' were part of the Iron Age, but given the depth of the ditch at Avebury, perhaps digging deep holes was part of the Neolithic.

Yes, I am doing alright, though very sad most of the time, will eventually move to West Yorkshire where my daughter lives. Have one old spaniel, wild feral kitten and two bantams to keep me company. X

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22nd June 2020ce

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