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Silbury Hill 'not always a hill'

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Silbury Hill, the neolithic chalk mound in Wiltshire is Europe's largest pre-historic man-made feature. It has been pored over and excavated through the centuries but we still appear to be learning things about it. A new book has challenged some of the long held assumptions about it. Its author, English Heritage archaeologist Jim Leary, reveals is findings.


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