Lest we forget. The significance of European collaboration and WW1 archaeology at Stonehenge

9 NOV | BY ADMIN LITTLE STOKE

As we approach the centenary of the Armistice of the 1st World War, it’s worth considering the relationship of archaeology to the monuments and traces of past conflict, and also the importance of international collaboration in preventing future strife.

The image attached to this news article shows the 1st World War training trenches just a short distance from Stonehenge, and is the product of the Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project – a pan-European archaeological survey consortium including Bradford University and LBI-Arch Pro in Vienna



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Stonehenge

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