Stonehenge - Stonehenge: Facts & Theories About Mysterious Monument

The twelfth-century "History of the Kings of Britain" , by , includes a fanciful story of how Stonehenge was brought from Ireland with the help of the wizard.

A giant helps build Stonehenge.

Sixteenth century to present The earliest-known realistic painting of Stonehenge, drawn on site with by between 1573 and 1575 Stonehenge has changed ownership several times since acquired and its surrounding lands.

Stonehenge could have been a burial ground from its earliest beginnings.

Description: Dating and understanding the various phases of activity are complicated by disturbance of the natural by effects and animal burrowing, poor quality early records, and a lack of accurate, scientifically verified stonehenge.

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Analysis of animal teeth found two miles 3 km away atthought by Parker Pearson to be the 'builders camp', suggests that, during some period between 2600 and 2400 BC, as many as 4,000 people gathered at the site for the mid-winter and mid-summer stonehenge the stonehenge showed that the animals had been slaughtered around nine months or 15 months after their spring birth.
Also included in the discovery is that the is terminated by two 16-foot 5 m wide, extremely deep pits, whose purpose is still a mystery.
In December 2011, geologists from University of Leicester and the National Museum of Wales announced the discovery of the source of some of the fragments found in the Stonehenge.

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