"In the 1980s and 1990s, you went from no #BronzeAge mines being known in #Britain at all, to – suddenly – a lot of small #mines being discovered," says Alan Williams of the University of Liverpool's Department of #Archaeology in the UK, whose PhD research focuses on the #GreatOrme. "And then the star in the crown was basically the Great Orme, which grew to be much bigger than all of the others and, in fact, is one of the biggest in all of Europe. It turned out to be the Stonehenge of #copper #mining."
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