Hoofprint in history
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Experts say Stonehenge tunnel could erase crucial remains

Archaeologists are concerned that the proposed construction of a tunnel past Stonehenge could erase crucial early evidence at the site.

6,000 year-old hoofprints have recently been found following a ten-year archaeological dig.

Experts from University of Buckingham say they are evidence of human habitation in the area from the end of the Ice Age.

A public consultation on the tunnel scheme begins on the 8 February.

  • 05 Feb 2018