Gap Fill - Stonehenge - Level 2


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Scientists say they found about who built the 5,000-year-old Stonehenge. The stone monument in England is all over the world. How it was built has been a for thousands of . Scientists say the architects and of Stonehenge could have come from Wales, more than 160 kilometres . Researchers wrote that human found at Stonehenge were from in west Wales. The researchers said the oldest human remains found date back to about 3000 BC, which is over 5,000 years .

Stonehenge is a of giant standing stones. Each is four metres high and 2.1 metres . They each weigh 25 . Scientists say Stonehenge was used as a burial mound. They are not how ancient people moved the giant stones from Wales to Stonehenge. They believe the they found buried at Stonehenge helped transport and put up the stones. Researcher John Pouncett said: "People from the [Welsh mountains] not supplied the bluestones used to build the stone but moved with the and were buried too."

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