Thursday, May 29, 2008

Stonehenge Was Cemetery First and Foremost, Study Says

"Stonehenge stood as giant tombstones to the dead for centuries, new radiocarbon dating suggests. The site appears to have been intended as a cemetery from the very start, around 5,000 years ago—centuries before the giant sandstone blocks were erected—the new study says..." Read the entire article: (Click on the title, for a direct link to National Geographic website, which references this study).

Till next time, Cheers!

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