Ness of Brodgar, a 5,000 year old breath-taking Neolithic site in Orkney in northern Britain, covers 6.2 acres of land between the famous Ring of Brodgar and the Stones of Stennes. It is an incredibly exciting site for archaeologists, a site with 20 ft stone walls, decorated stone slabs, pottery, tools and animal bone finds, as well as structures dating back to around 3,300 to 3,200 BC. The settlement was occupied for around 1,000 years, being purposefully closed down and partly dismantled at around 2,200 BC. The main structure is likely a temple and is known as Structure 10, a ceremoniously demolished structure when the Ness of Brodgar went out of use. This week, there has been a rare discovery of an ancient human remains, found below a wall of the temple-like Structure 10. What they have found is one human arm bone, but what makes this find intriguing is that it was shown to be deliberately placed under a wall that was rebuilt, making it around 5,000 years old. Watch the video to learn more.