The stone circle at Stonehenge, the meaning of which is, despite decades of research, it still remains unknown to scientists, it is one of the most famous landmarks in Great Britain and is a magnet for tourists and for people who are looking to make spiritual connections with the natural environment.
The discovery, described it as “amazing” by a team of archaeologists from several universities involved in the project have participated in, it shows a circle with the shafts having a diameter of 2 km around the village of Durrington Walls.
There is an archaeological site located about 3 km north-east of Stonehenge, on Salisbury Plain, and there is evidence to suggest that the end date from the same time period, about 4500 years ago.
“This is an unprecedented finding is of great significance in the Uk,” said Vincent Gaffney, the archaeologist who with the project.
“The researchers of the Stonehenge and its landscape have been surprised by the scale of the project, and the fact that it has so far not been detected,” he said.
Gaffney said that the circle of the shanks, each about 10 feet wide and 5 feet deep, and the desire of the late neolithic communities, and shows to, is their belief systems that make up the ways and on a scale that the researchers had not expected.
The discovery was made without any of the excavations were to be made, with the help of teledetectietechnologie and the sample.
“I can’t stress enough how much effort it must have taken to get such a great end to the digging tools out of stone, wood and bones,” said Gaffney.
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