In a site called Durrington Walls in England researcher Mike Parker Pearson found a village and artifacts on 2-27-2007. The ancient Stonehenge might have been built by some people in a village near Stonehenge. Lots of stone tools, arrowheads, animal bones, and other artifacts were also found through the village. This area probably was built in 2600 B.C. Two out of all the other homes were separate from them. They might be the homes of the community leaders. They didn't have the debris or household trash like the other houses.
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