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date: 15 July 2020

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This article focuses on Stonehenge, the most famous stone circle in the world. It is located within one of the thickest concentrations of Neolithic and Early Bronze Age monuments in northern Europe. The discussion begins with a review of the latest excavation campaigns that were conducted on Stonehenge, and then discusses the various monuments and structures which were erected at various periods and stages from 8000 to 1520 BC. It also describes the features of Stonehenge during these stages, enumerates several associated monuments and features, and provides an explanation of the data.

Keywords: Stonehenge, excavation campaigns, monuments

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