“PEOPLE JUST DON’T EXPLORE HILLS ENOUGH!” I have posted a number of times, including here, about Annalisa’s conviction that there was a great deal yet to be found in the landscape and barrows near Stonehenge. Samuel Osborne reports here on the Independent website on the discovery of a Greek village from about 2500 years ago. The city appears to have flourished from the fourth to the third century BC before it was abandoned — possibly because of the Roman conquest of the area. The archaeologists “found the remains of towers, walls and city gates on the summit and slopes of the hill.”

One of the archaeologists said: “The fact that nobody has ever explored the hill before is a mystery.”

Annalisa sent me the link with the message: “People just don’t explore hills enough!”

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