Radiocarbon dating. Radiocarbon dating of the site indicates that the building of the monument at the site began around the year 3100 BC and ended around the year.
Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, 2 miles (3 km) west of Amesbury and 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury. It consists of a ring of standing.
Prehistoric people brought animals to Stonehenge from as far afield as northeast Scotland, more than 500 miles away, to feed the engineers who.
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Stonehenge, a huge prehistoric monument, was built 5, 000 years ago in England. Its builders and its purpose remain a mystery.
A history of Stonehenge, explaining how the prehistoric monument developed from an early henge into its final form, as well as its later history.
Underground images show a large complex of monuments and buildings used in rituals dating back thousands of years.
The National Trust is compromising its reputation with its support for a controversial tunnel cutting through the sacred Stonehenge site on a brutal.
Stonehenge: Prehistoric stone circle monument, cemetery, and archaeological site located on Salisbury Plain, about 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.
Our understanding of Stonehenge has changed as excavations and modern scientific techniques yield more information, yet many questions remain.
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A History In Numbers. The wider area within which Stonehenge sits features an unusually large number of earthworks, long barrows and other monuments, dating.
A 'House of the Dead' has been discovered in Wiltshire dating back 5, 000 years by University of Reading archaeologists and students, and could contain the ancestors.
More on Stonehenge: Discoveries made at Stonehenge from 2008 dig new dating and connection with earlier discoveries. It seems to have been a place of pilgrimage.
A neolithic feast: some of the food that would have been eaten by the builders of Stonehenge. Photograph: English Heritage