In a significant find, a team of archaeologists has discovered nearly 60 stones or pillars under the famous pre-historic monument Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England.
Archaeologists have solved one of the many mysteries of Stonehenge, showing that the iconic monument was once a complete circle.
The 4000-year-old mystery about how the Stonehenge was built has been solved.
Until now, Thatcham in Buckinghamshire was known as the oldest settlement in Britain but now, archaeologists have unearthed the country`s oldest town that dates back more than 10 millennia to 8,820 BC.
Thwarting archaeologists` previous attempts to solve one of the key mysteries of Stonehenge, a new study has claimed that they have been looking in the wrong place for almost a century.
Frogs` legs are considered a French delicacy, but new archaeological evidence suggests Britons were feasting on the meat 8,000 years before it found its way to the French cuisine.
Archaeologists have found a road that they believe may have led to the `mysterious` Stonehenge.
Stonehenge may have been occupied 5,000 years earlier than previously believed, archaeologists have found.
British researchers have proposed a new theory for the origins of Stonehenge: It may have started as a giant burial ground for elite families around 3,000 B.C.
After 10 years of archaeological investigations, a team of researchers from different universities has concluded that Stonehenge was built as a monument to unify the peoples of Britain.
Researchers have suggested that Stonehenge could have been built with acoustics in mind like a Greek or Roman theatre.
An archaeologist has claimed that these iconic stones were inspired by an extraordinary hallucination.
The research increases the likelihood that the site
was originally and primarily associated with sun worship.
Neolithic engineers may have used ball bearings in the construction of Stonehenge.
Day in Pics: 26th November
Showbiz World - November 26, 2014