An artist's impression of the site
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Take a guided tour of Marden Henge

Archaeologists are excavating at Marden Henge, a site that could dwarf Stonehenge in size and is potentially more significant.

It is one of Britain's least understood ancient sites, dating back around 4,500 years.

Dave Fellows, an archaeologist working on the site, gave BBC correspondent Robert Hall a guided tour.

  • 23 Jul 2010
  • From the section UK
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