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Skara Brae

[ skar-uh-brey ]
/ ˈskær ə ˈbreɪ /
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noun
the site of an excavated Neolithic village on Pomona in the Orkney Islands, dating from c2000 b.c.
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Skara Brae
/ (ˈskærə) /

noun
a Neolithic village in NE Scotland, in the Orkney Islands: one of Europe's most perfectly preserved Stone Age villages, buried by a sand dune until uncovered by a storm in 1850
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