Archaeologists find remains of woman in Stonehenge-era grave

04/24/2013 | LiveScience.com

Archaeologists in London have found the skeleton of a woman they believe is 4,000 years old, around when Stonehenge was built. The remains had a necklace of gold beads and a large drinking cup at the hip. The jewelry could mean she was some kind of royalty. "She could have been a leader, a person with power and authority, or possibly part of an elite family -- perhaps a princess or queen," said Gareth Chaffey, the excavation director at the site between Windsor Castle and Heathrow airport.

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