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Sonehenge Riverside Project Research Dig of the Year Award
Left to right: Vince Gaffney, Mike Parker Pearson, and Nick Snashall accept the Research Project of the Year 2017 award.
Cutting-edge archaeological research revealing the secrets of the Stonehenge landscape has received an award for Research Project of the Year 2017. The award was accepted by members of the Stonehenge Riverside Project, the Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project, and the National Trust for their work at Durrington Walls, where an ongoing investigation combining excavation and sophisticated geophysical technology has revealed a massive and previously unknown palisaded enclosure beneath the banks of the famous Neolithic henge. It is a discovery that is set to rewrite the site’s history.
For more detail on what was found on the dig please see blog.Recent-discoveries-at-Durrington-Walls-in-August-2016
For visits inside Stonehenge to see where these alignments are please refer to our Stonehenge Special access page
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