The construction of the megalithic monument at Stonehenge has long been explained as has having been built in numerous stages, spanning a period between 8,000 and 1,600 BCE. The structure of the site has seen various upgrades over the ages, from it’s beginnings as a series of pine markers, to the multi-ton bluestones that are visible today. However, archaeologists have recently uncovered evidence that the stones used there may have been taken from an earlier monument, closer to the stones’ origin in Wales.
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