9 Nov, 2012 @ 09:00
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Neolithic village uncovered in Andalucia

AVE prehistoric village

WORKMEN have uncovered a Neolithic village while working on the AVE fast track railway line between Antequera and Bobadilla.

The 4th century site was unearthed under mud at Arroyo Saladillo.

While the site was already known about, it has emerged to be many times bigger than expected.

At 1,400 metres in width it could be the biggest of its kind in Malaga.

It is not been decided what to do with the find, whether it will be preserved or not.

Eloise Horsfield

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