Another Stonehenge mystery solved (and another added): large stones came from West Woods, 15 miles away


One mystery has been solved, but another remains equally intriguing: “How they were brought to the site is still plenty of speculation,” said University of Brighton geomorphologist David Nash, who led the study.

“Given their size, they must either be towed or transferred to a rolling structure. We don’t know the exact route, but at least we already have a start and an end point.”

Researchers had previously traced the origins of the smaller bluestone to Pembrokeshire in Wales, some 250 kilometers away in the Preseli Hills


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