Archaeologists Uncover Another Stonehenge Mystery Archaeologists have uncovered another mystery at Stonehenge – a nearby circle of believed to be connected to the neolithic structure.
Researchers used magnetic sensing to detect a circle of pits – 30 feet wide and 15 feet deep – that surround the ancient village where the builders of Stonehenge lived. The pits are dated to about 2500 B.C.
Historians still don’t know why Stonehenge was built but have made a number of significant discoveries in recent years.
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