Neanderthal site with world’s oldest string; Spanish use of native Mexican copper smelting; German Bronze Age site similar to Stonehenge; London prehistory pushed back by 3000 years

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Oldest string ever found shows new evidence of Neanderthal brain power

Mexican site shows how Mesoamerican copper smelting was adapted to new Spanish needs 

German Bronze Age site shows increasing similarities to Stonehenge

London finds from 3000 years ago suggest long use for settlement and rituals