Have Scientists Solved Mystery of Stonehenge?

Excerpt: For the first time in more than 40 years, scientists received permission to excavate the mysterious ancient monument of Stonehenge, revealing key new data and a new theory on the reason the ring of stones was built.

The iconic, Neolithic stone circle on Salisbury Plain in southern England has elicited many theories about it's time-shrouded origins – was it a pagan religious temple, a cosmic observatory tuned to the positions of the stars or a monument to the ancestors of those who built it?

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