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Remarkable discovery: Complete neolithic monument unearthed on Scotland’s Isle of Arran

A momentous discovery has unfolded on Scotland’s Isle of Arran, where archaeologists and dedicated volunteers have unearthed a complete Neolithic monument. This extraordinary “cursus” structure, constructed between 4,000 and 3,000 BCE, represents one of the earliest and most extensive constructions in the region, stretching over half a mile.

Positioned strategically to guide people from the coast to the island’s heart, this remarkable find showcases the ancient practices of Scotland’s earliest farmers, revealing a compelling blend of ceremonies and agriculture. It hints at a deeper narrative of the island’s rich history, promising to illuminate the profound connections between spirituality and land use in this ancient landscape.

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Source: artnews.com

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