Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument consisting of a ring of standing stones, is located eight miles north of Salisbury, England
The researchers say evidence suggests that before erecting Stonehenge, people living in the area set up gigantic timbers
Researchers believe the massive rocks could have been brought to the stonehenge for their “unique acoustic properties.”
Researcher Paul Devereux uses percussion to test the sonic properties of a stone. For the study, researchers at the Royal
For years researchers have tried to pinpoint exactly where the enormous stones used in the English monument came from--and how they ended up on an otherwise grassy Salisbury Plain.
Currently, there are two prevailing theories about the inner stones' origins. One is that an ancient glacier simply pushed
One of those projects recently uncovered previously hidden sections of an ancient pathway that researchers believe led directly