Results for: Stonehenge

In Ancient History

Where is Stonehenge?

Stonehenge is in the county of Wiltshire on Salisbury Plain. It'sjust west of Amesbury in England and is visiblefrom the A303 road. The nearest city is Salisbury a few miles (MORE)
In Ancient History

What is Stonehenge?

The monument known as Stonehenge is a prehistoric circle of stones on Salisbury Plain in England. It has a history of construction that began in 3000 BC and the final modifica (MORE)
In Ancient History

How did Stonehenge get there?

It was added to over some 1500 years (people, not meerkats or aliens built it). See the timeline on the link
In History of England

Who made Stonehenge?

Stonehenge was constructed by Late Neolithic peoples around 4,500 years ago on a site which had already been in use for 500 years. We don't know why it was made. We just have (MORE)
In Ancient History

What is the history of Stonehenge?

Stonehenge, as most people know it was built within a circular 'henge' earthwork around 2,500- 2400 BC, the henge had already been there for some 500 years. There were earlier (MORE)
In England

What and where is Stonehenge?

Stone henge is a stone circle on Salisbury Plain in the English county of Wiltshire. The nearest town is Salisbury.
In United Kingdom

What is Stonehenge dedicated to?

Archaeological evidence found in 2008indicates that Stonehenge could have been a burial ground from itsearliest beginnings.The dating of cremated remains found on thesite indi (MORE)