Stonehenge: New information on site origin

Today's Times newspaper carries a report from the academic journal Plos One that the famous Stonehenge prehistoric monument was built on a site that had been inhabited by hunter-gatherers for thousands of years previously.The research was undertaken by a team from Southampton University who concluded that the people who built Stonehenge did so in an open habitat already maintained and used by earlier populations, possibly for rituals.  

More information

Here is a link to the academic report adverted to above.

Here is a link to my Stonehenge 1.0 blog post.


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