Dating to around 2500 B.C. and situated on a landscape rich with the remnants of ancient life and ceremony, Stonehenge has been an enduring source of speculation. Who erected it and how? What was its purpose? Though recent discoveries have answered many questions about its origins, the long-studied monument remains enigmatic.


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