Dog tooth found near Stonehenge 'evidence of earliest journey'

Dog tooth found near Stonehenge 'evidence of earliest journey'
 

A tooth unearthed near Stonehenge shows dogs were man's best friend even in prehistoric times, it has been claimed.
The tooth, dug up at Blick Mead in Wiltshire, is believed to be evidence of the earliest journey in British history.
It is thought to be from a pet Alsatian-type dog that travelled 250 miles from York with its owner.
Archaeologist David Jacques said it was significant as it was not known people travelled so far 7,000 years ago.
The shape and size show the tooth was from a domestic dog, he said.
It also suggests people were visiting Stonehenge 2,000 years before the monument... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 55
Source: BBC
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