Archaeologists made a surprising discovery while working near a motorway construction site in the vicinity of the Eastern Bohemian town of Chrudim. They found the remains of up to five Neolithic houses, with well-preserved outlines. Archaeologist Jan Musil from the Chrudim Regional Museum told the Czech News Agency on Friday that the discoveries are a textbook example of Neolithic architecture.
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