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Stonehenge dig is 'important case' in new legislation

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« on: October 14, 2010, 12:21:56 am »

Stonehenge dig is 'important case' in new legislation

The future of archaeology across the country could be severely compromised according to experts in the West Country.

Archaeologists from Wiltshire and Bristol are amongst those protesting at new restrictions on their freedom to study bones and skulls from ancient graves.

A recent dig at Stonehenge could prove an important test case as to whether the legislation can be altered.

Watch a report from BBC Points West's Ali Vowles.
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