New tech helps discover hidden Stonehenge archeology

Archaeological researchers in England have discovered evidence of new hidden monuments near the prehistoric site of Stonehenge, the ancient Briton site built sometime between 3,000 and 1,600 BC, raising new possibilities about what the monument may have been used for. Joel Flynn reports. Credit to Reuters. Courtesy to University of Birmingham and LBI Archpro/Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project.

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