According to earlier views, the entire area of Stonehenge is probably covered with dense forest. However, the scientists then concluded that there may have been open areas appearing chalk substrateWhere there are soils of small thickness.
Scientists conducted a detailed and specialized series old analytics, including. Paleontological analysis (pollen analysis of plants preserved in the ground), malakova analysis (remains of snail shells, different species that prefer different environmental conditions), DNA analysisor geochemical analyses.
Many ox bones have been found in the settlements where they were found Traces of ancient man-made processing. In addition to oxen, there were also deer, wild boar and elk.
Scientists concluded that the area of Stonehenge was only Partially covered with forest. Meadows were natural grazing areas for all kinds of ungulates, thus this was the case fishing placescollection and settlement by people.
Thanks to research, it was possible to prove that people in the early Neolithic period They adapt the meadows to the role of the pasturesThanks to these areas were not forests. Conservation of open areas by grazing wild animals and related hunting and gathering activities adapted certain sites to the economic activities of the early and later Neolithic.
A little later, the clearing spaces/grasslands might have become as well places of ritual activitiesWhich attracted people from wide area. Scientists suggest that it was Such a scheme “select” the location of Stonehenge.
Stonehenge is the most famous Megalithic building It dates back to the Neolithic and Bronze Age. The circle is located in southern England and was most likely associated with Moon and sun worship.
Since 1986, the monuments have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The name Stonehenge comes from Old Englishfrom the words stan (stone) – stone and heng (joint) – to enclose.
You have earned this place cultural significance Before 2950 BC as evidenced by this graves It dates back to about 3100 BC, and is outside the megaliths.
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