A new study proposes that Stonehenge may have been built where it was because two of the large stones, known as sarsens, were already at the site well before humans constructed the rest of it. Before, archaeologists believed all the stones were drug from miles away for an unknown reason.
A new study proposes that Stonehenge may have been built where it was because two of the large stones, known as sarsens, were already at the site well before humans constructed the rest of it. Before, archaeologists believed all the stones were drug from miles away for an unknown reason. ANDREW TESTA NYT
A new study proposes that Stonehenge may have been built where it was because two of the large stones, known as sarsens, were already at the site well before humans constructed the rest of it. Before, archaeologists believed all the stones were drug from miles away for an unknown reason. ANDREW TESTA NYT

Parts of Stonehenge may have been there long before humans were around, archaeologist says

April 10, 2018 07:54 AM