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Skara Brae - Scotland's Most Mysterious Stone Age Settlements

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The Orkneys, an archipelago of islands off the northern coast of Scotland, are home to some of the greatest neolithic treasures in western Europe: from the settlement of Skara Brae to the Ness of Brodgar.
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1. Fill the gap.
Duncan's bee head lighthouse marks the most northeasterly point of themainland
2. Fill the gap.
… almostmiles from land's end in the southwest of England,
3. Fill the gap.
The Orkneys are made up of overislands,
4. Fill the gap.
… although 20 are inhabited, most of the population of aboutlive on the largest island known as the mainland.
5. Fill the gap.
the people of the new stone age settled here aroundyears ago,
6. Choose the correct options.
this incredible window into the lives of the ancients was only discovered in ______ ,
1850
1815
1805
8015
7. Fill the gap.
Each house shares the same basic design, a single large room fitted with stone-builtdressers, and
8. Fill the gap.
The Broch Gurness is a later settlement on the island'scoast, dating from aroundBC.
9. Fill the gap.
and was most likely inhabited by thefamily orof the area.
10. Guess the end.
How many families may have the entire settlement been home to?
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