The source of materials for Stonehenge

StonehengeGeologists have discovered in the town of Craig and Ros-Felina Pembrokeshire County in the southwest Wales quarry, in which the ancients quarried blocks of sandstone and diabase for the construction of Stonehenge.

Most archaeologists and geologists agree that building materials could not be produced on the spot, in the southwestern part of England at the site of modern Wiltshire, and were delivered to the place of construction of the monument from South Wales, where the next deposit of the breed. Continue reading “The source of materials for Stonehenge”