The mystery of how the gigantic rocks of Stonehenge were transported may finally have been solved.
A new study claims the huge hunks of hardened earth and minerals were moved from Welsh quarries on a ‘stone highway’ encompassing roads and rivers.
Experts have long been baffled by how the massive boulders were transported from Wales to Salisbury Plain.
Now, they believe they may have found the source for the stones as well as the route used to deliver them from Pembrokeshire to Wiltshire.
- New study claims to have uncovered the mystery of how Stonehenge was built
- Giant stones that made up the monolith were transported from Wales to England
- Experts are baffled as to how neolithic man moved them to Salisbury Plain
- New study claims ‘stone highways’ of roads and rivers were used
Stonehenge, located near Amesbury, in Wiltshire, is an iconic site but historians often debate the origins of its…
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