Podcast Episode 97 l Seahenge

Timber enclosure with central inverted oak stump known as Sea henge, found in Norfolk.
Timber enclosure with central inverted oak stump known as Sea henge, found in Norfolk.
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Discovered in 1998, Seahenge is a 4000 year old structure, revealed by shifting sands on the North Norfolk Holme beach on the north Norfolk coast. Archaeologists have estimated it to have been built around 2049 BC.

John Lorimer stumbled upon the unpturned tree stump and a Bronze Age axe. He informed Norwich Castle Museum, after which the henge was excavated.

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