Human remains buried at Stonehenge 3,000 years ago offer a clue to where they came from

Thursday, August 2, 2018 - 22:10 in Paleontology & Archaeology

At least some of the people who were buried at Stonehenge died and were cremated far from the site — probably in west Wales about 120 miles away, according to a new study. The finding, published Thursday in Scientific Reports, provides another small clue to understanding who was buried at the prehistoric...

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