A spacious 5,000-year-old cemetery and fortress discovered in Poland

A giant, 5,000-year-old complex of long carts and stone-lined tombs was discovered in Poland after archaeologists investigated crop lines in a field they saw in a satellite photo.

Archaeologists began researching a rural site near the town of Dębiany, about 50 kilometers northeast of Krakow, more than two years ago. They have now discovered seven Neolithic tombs, as well as the remains of an early medieval fortress and a Bronze Age burial of two horses. But the full extent of the ancient cemetery is not yet known.