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Archaeologists working at the site of the future Truro Eastern District Centre (TEDC) in Cornwall, southwest England, have discovered the fragmentary remains of a prehistoric enclosure built around 5,500 years ago.
Initial surveys of the site were carried out in 2009, with a condition of the planning approval being to carry out further archaeological research. Preliminary findings from the excavations, led by Cornwall Councilís Historic Environment Service, suggest the eastern end of the site may represent a henge or possible causewayed enclosure dating to the early Neolithic period (circa 3800 to 3600BCE).
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