Corrections and clarifications

Corrections and clarifications column editor
The Guardian

• The remains of the Amesbury Archer, buried near Stonehenge, date back to around 2300BC. He was not buried 2,300 years ago, as we said (How the invasion of the Beaker people put paid to the Stonehenge generation, 22 February, page 3).

• Homophone corner: “[Prawn cocktail] was still very popular in the 1980s but as the British palette broadened it became an object of derision” (Retro revival: why prawn cocktails are back on Mary Berry’s menu, 20 February, page 11).

• Other recently corrected articles include:

Sunny Murray obituary

Gay men are winning this year’s Winter Olympics – and making it a joy to watch

How the sun’s rays can keep food chilled: fighting waste in Africa

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