• earthsky.org | 9/26/2019 | Eleanor Imster
    This image shows the remains of the standing stones in July 28, 2019, after having been submerged since the 1960s. Image via NASA Earth Observatory. After 50 years underwater, Spain’s Dolmen of...
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  • phys.org | 10/13/2015 | Staff
    Pig fat could have been used to grease the sledges used to transport the massive stones of Stonehenge into position, new analysis by archaeologists at Newcastle University has suggested.
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  • CNET | 7/15/2019 | Amanda Kooser
    Stonehenge as it stands today. An archaeological site near Stonehenge is surprisingly fatty. Scientists discovered fat residue on pottery shards at Durrington Walls, a Neolithic settlement close to...
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  • Mail Online | 5/8/2019 | Colin Fernandez Science Correspondent For The Daily Mail;Joe Pinkstone For Mailonline
    A piece of Stonehenge removed 60 years ago by a workman during restoration work has finally been returned to its rightful home in Britain after being kept as a souvenir in America for decades.
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  • BBC News | 8/3/2018 | Staff
    Researchers have shown that cremated humans at Stonehenge were from the same region of Wales as the stones used in construction. The key question was to understand the geographic origin of the...
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