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    is the site of a Neolithic Early Bronze Age flint mine circa 3 000 2 000 BC At least 433 shafts were dug and the flint nodules quarried using antler picks The depressions are collapsed mine shafts surrounded by spoil heaps To give an idea of scale the pale coloured patch in the top right of the photo is the car park you can just make out the cars parked

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    return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This reconstruction drawing shows the Neolithic settlement at Durrington Walls as it might have looked in 2500BC It is a few miles from Stonehenge and it is believed to be where the people who built Stonehenge lived It is made up of small squarish huts for people to live in and oval pens enclosures for animals

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    houses Their shape is based on excavations of Neolithic houses at Durrington Walls They are made from thin hazel rods woven around upright posts like a hazel hurdle fence The woven structure is then covered inside and out with a mixture of crushed chalk chopped straw and water This is called chalk daub Their roofs have been thatched with straw from wheat There are 5 houses in total outside the

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    Your search returned 6 results and you are currently viewing results page 1 of 1 using the following criteria What durrington Where N A When N A 1 refine your search start a new search What Keywords Type of resource Search All Search Images Search Ready Made Resources Click on either the thumbnail or the title to view the details Durrington Walls Stonehenge Wiltshire Crown Copyright NMR Neolithic New Stone

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    Favourites This photo shows the inside of one of the reconstructed Neolithic houses at Stonehenge In it you can see the central hearth or fireplace To the left is a bed made of two long pieces of split tree trunk with smaller branches laid across them like slats This is then covered with animal skins To the right is a set of wooden shelves used for storing objects such as

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    Wiltshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Windmill Hill is a Neolithic causewayed enclosure It is part of a landscape that includes an early prehistoric field system and group of eight Early Bronze Age round barrows It is on a hill north west of Avebury Stone Circle It has 3 sets of banks and ditches The ditches are interrupted by causeways These are the gaps between each section of ditch Radio carbon dates tell us that the enclosure was in use from about 3000BC to around 2500BC The site was excavated by H G O Kendall in 1922 3 Alexander Keiller in 1925 9 I F Smith in 1957 and A Whittle in 1990 The finds uncovered included Neolithic flint artefacts such as arrowheads axe heads a sickle blade and scrapers Numerous animal bones and skulls as well as ceremonial chalk cups were also found A type of Neolithic pottery found on sites across Wessex was first identified here and has hence taken the name of the site Windmill Hill type pottery This site is now in the care of English Heritage 2010 Read detailed archaeological description Copyright English

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    in around 3600 BC The mound is about 104 metres long 25 metres wide at the widest point and 3 2 metres at the highest point Inside it there is a 12 metre long central passage with five small chambers opening off it The chambers contained the bones of at least 36 people Many of the burials were incomplete some bones were missing The excavations also found a range of

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    a Neolithic chambered burial mound tomb It was built in around 3600 BC The mound is about 104 metres long 25 metres wide at the widest point and 3 2 metres at the highest point Inside it there is a 12 metre long central passage with five small chambers opening off it The chambers contained the bones of at least 36 people Many of the burials were incomplete some bones

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