24 Jun '12, 7am

Stonehenge Marked The Unification Of Britain, Researchers Say

Stonehenge Marked The Unification Of Britain, Researchers Say

In response to the fringe theories that the Britons at the time couldn’t have built the site, Pearson had this to say: “All the architectural influences for Stonehenge can be found in previous monuments and buildings within Britain, with origins in Wales and Scotland. In fact, Britain’s Neolithic people were isolated from the rest of Europe for centuries. Britain may have become unified but there was no interest in interacting with people across the Channel. Stonehenge appears to have been the last gasp of this Stone Age culture, which was isolated from Europe and from the new technologies of metal tools and the wheel.”

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