Uncovering the 'restless and highly connected' age of Stonehenge

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The British Museum opened a new Stonehenge exhibit this month examining the wider prehistoric world surrounding Stonehenge. The period described by the museum — from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age — echoes “a restless and highly connected" world we live in today, with migration, social change and advances in technology. Host Marco Werman spoke with the exhibit's curator Neil Wilkin.

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