Neolithic Art

In recent news, a small piece of Neolithic rock art was unearthed by Susie Sinclair, a participant on a geological course in the village of Over, Cambridgeshire. According to Cambridge University, it is “unlike anything previously found in the east of England.”  It comprises a slab of weathered sandstone with two pairs of concentric circles etched into the surface and has been hailed by archaeologists to be very typical for the later Neolithic era.

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