Parts of an ancient pathway leading to Stonehenge has been uncovered by archaeologists deconstructing a modern road near the site. "We found the bottoms, the truncated ditches, that belong to the feature known as the avenue, which is the processional leading up to Stonehenge," archaeologist Heather Sebire said. The avenue is believed to be an ancient path to Stonehenge that had been dissected by the modern road.

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