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Sentences forMarden Henge
- Another contender, but which had been all-but levelled in the 19th century, was at Marden Henge, 10 km south of Silbury.
- Grooved ware pottery has been found in abundance in recent excavations at Durrington Walls and Marden Henge in Wiltshire.
- Around 1 kilometre in a north by northwest direction lies Marden Henge, on the opposite bank of the river.
- The monument lies within the Vale of Pewsey, a short distance south of the large henge known as Marden Henge.
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