Monday, September 7, 2015

Buried Stone Monument Found Near Stonehenge

Archaeologists in England using ground-penetrating radar and a mobile magnetometer have discovered a row of 90 buried stones at a site called Durrington Walls, one of the largest henge-style sites in Great Britain, located about two miles northeast of Stonehenge.  The stones are thought to have been put in place over 4,500 years ago.

Read more at The Guardian, BBC News and The Telegraph.

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