Friday, June 16, 2006

Stonehenge: Glacier Theory








A new twist has emerged in the debate over how the large stones that comprise Stonehenge made it to the site. Rather than Bronze Age man transporting the bluestones some 240 miles, a geology team from U.K.'s Open University has found evidence that the boulders were in fact moved to the area by glaciers during the Ice Age. Read more at BBC News.

Here are some links to other stories related to Stonehenge:
Stonehenge quarry site 'revealed'

Welsh 'helped build' Stonehenge 21 Jun 04 South West Wales

BBC Wiltshire: Stonehenge

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