Who was buried at Stonehenge?

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Authors: Pearson, M.P., Chamberlain, A., Jay, M., Marshall, P., Pollard, J., Richards, C., Thomas, J., Tilley, C.F. and Welham, K.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/11739/

Journal: Antiquity

Volume: 83

Pages: 23-39

ISSN: 0003-598X

Stonehenge continues to surprise us. In this new study of the twentieth-century excavations, together with the precise radiocarbon dating that is now possible, the authors propose that the site started life in the early third millennium cal BC as a cremation cemetery within a circle of upright bluestones. Britain’s most famous monument may therefore have been founded as the burial place of a leading family, possibly from Wales.

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Authors: Pearson, M.P., Chamberlain, A., Jay, M., Marshall, P., Pollard, J., Richards, C., Thomas, J., Tilley, C. and Welham, K.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/11739/

Journal: Antiquity

Volume: 83

Issue: 319

Pages: 23-39

eISSN: 0003-598X

ISSN: 0003-598X

Stonehenge continues to surprise us. In this new study of the twentieth-century excavations, together with the precise radiocarbon dating that is now possible, the authors propose that the site started life in the early third millennium cal BC as a cremation cemetery within a circle of upright bluestones. Britain's most famous monument may therefore have been founded as the burial place of a leading family, possibly from Wales.

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Authors: Pearson, M.P., Chamberlain, A., Jay, M., Marshall, P., Pollard, J., Richards, C., Thomas, J., Tilley, C. and Welham, K.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/11739/

Journal: ANTIQUITY

Volume: 83

Issue: 319

Pages: 23-39

ISSN: 0003-598X

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