The stone circle monument built between 3000 and 1520 BC continues to capture the attention of archaeologists, who are attempting to unravel its mysteries. Researchers still debate the meaning of Stonehenge, with some insisting it was a religious site, while others claim it was an ancient “computer” used to predict lunar and solar eclipses. Despite the fact that the monument is so old and has been studied by scientists for a long time, Stonehenge’s story is by no means finished according to historian Dan Snow.
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