Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Stonehenge had 'huge stone religious sibling' just two miles away

Archaeologists have discovered that Stonehenge had a huge stone sibling just two miles to the north-east.

Using powerful ground-penetrating radar, which can ‘X-ray’ archaeological sites to a depth of up to four metres, investigators from Birmingham and Bradford universities and from the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute in Vienna have discovered a 330-metre long line of more than 50 massive stones, buried under part of the bank of Britain’s largest pre-historic henge.

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