Archeologists have found evidence that Stonehenge served as a burial ground from its earliest beginnings. Though, it is unknown who is responsible for building it.
The "Mystery of Stonehenge" remains subject to debate. Whatever religious, mystical or spiritual elements were central to Stonehenge, its design includes a celestial observatory function.
Stonehenge has been the subject of many theories about its origin, ranging from
the academic worlds of archaeology to explanations from mythology and the ...
Apr 10, 2013 ... Its massive scale suggests that Stonehenge was vitally important to the ancient
peoples who built it, but the monument's purpose has been the ...
Whi1e many modern scholars now agree that Stonehenge was once a burial
ground, they have yet to determine what other purposes it served and how a ...
Mar 21, 2014 ... From Merlin's wizardry to symbol of unity, here are several theories for why the
mysterious megaliths at Stonehenge were raised.
Dec 17, 2013 ... Was it a spiritual temple, burial ground or even built by aliens? There are many
theories about Stonehenge's purpose but here are the most ...
As to the purpose of Stonehenge, again we can only surmise. But clearly, the
very scale of this unique megalithic structure suggests that the area itself was of ...
Other theories about the purpose of Stonehenge: some say it was designed as a
celestial observatory to allow the prediction of eclipses, solstices, equinoxes, ...
What was Stonehenge Used for and How and Why was it Built? ... the ceremonial
purposes for which it was used, as part of the wider Stonehenge Landscape.
Purposes of Stonehenge: The Real and the Surreal. This is probably the most "
fantastic" aspect of Stonehenge. A plentitude of ideas as to the "why" has been ...