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Dig pinpoints Stonehenge date


Archaeologists digging at Stonehenge have pinpointed the moment in history when the original bluestones at the monument were first erected - 2300BC.

Here, they reveal the remains they uncovered, and the clues they give us to the true purpose of this mysterious ancient temple.

The Timewatch special airs on BBC Two on Saturday 27 September 2008 at 2005 BST.


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