Origins of Stonehenge's giant slabs revealed in new research
from The Art Newspaper
Scientists at the University of Brighton say they have cracked one of archaeology’s greatest mysteries — how the the huge sarsen (sandstone) slabs that make up Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, ended up at the ancient site. The stone megaliths — 52 in total — make up Stonehenge’s outer ring and centre (there were 80 originally).
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