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Buried temple in Stonehenge area suggests a prehistoric revolution in faith

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Aerial View of Stonehenge, Unesco World Heritage Site, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England

Aerial view of Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England ca. 2550-1600 BCE

Stonehenge ist wahrscheinlich ein Second-Hand-Steinkreis - See more at: . . . http://www.grenzwissenschaft-aktuell.de/stonehenge-ist-wahrscheinlich-second-hand-steinkreis20151208 . . . Abb.: Adam Stanford, Aerial-Cam Ltd / UCL

What Lies Beneath Stonehenge?

What Lies Beneath Stonehenge? A groundbreaking survey of the site has turned up tantalizing new clues to what really went on there

Stonehenge 1956: When visitors were not held back behind cordon ropes. Scan your…

Stonehenge, Amesbury, Wiltshire. An aerial view of Stonehenge and the processional Avenue from the north-west.

Above: Stonehenge prior to any ‘restoration’ (OP24751, Historic England Archive). Below: The straightening of stone 56 in 1901 (AA80/06439, Historic England Archive)

The 25 Most Mysterious Archaeological Finds on Earth

Stonehenge ; The ring of megalithic stones was built approximately 4,000 years ago and was an impressive feat for the primitive people who constructed it but that's about all archaeologists know for sure. None of the theories on the original purpose of Stonehenge, which range from an astronomical observatory to a religious temple of healing, has ever been, well, set in stone.

Stonehenge may have been first erected in Wales, evidence suggests

Stonehenge bluestones may have been first quarried in Wales, 500 years earlier than previously believed