Archaeologists unearth bronze age graves at Stonehenge tunnel site

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Exclusive: Experts also find neolithic pottery and mysterious C-shaped enclosure at site of A303 excavation

Bronze age graves, neolithic pottery and the vestiges of a mysterious C-shaped enclosure that might have been a prehistoric industrial area are among the finds unearthed by archaeologists who have carried out preliminary work on the site of the proposed new road tunnel at Stonehenge.

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One of the most intriguing discoveries is a unique shale object that could have been part of a staff or club found in a 4,000-year-old grave. Nearby is the resting spot of a baby buried with a small, plain beaker.

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