Stonehenge Burials Unearthed

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Archaeologists have discovered six more bodies near the grave of the "King of Stonehenge".

The remains of four adults and two children were found at a site in Amesbury, close to where the Amesbury Archer was discovered last year.

The Archer was dubbed the King of Stonehenge because it is thought he had a major role in creating the monument.

Dr Andrew Fitzpatrick, of Wessex Archaeology, said: "This new find is really unusual. It is exceptionally rare to find the remains of so many people in one grave like this in southern England.

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