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Thirty further cremations were placed in the enclosure's ditch and at other points within the monument, mostly in the eastern half.

They were able to date the erection of some bluestones to 2300 BC, although this may not reflect the earliest erection of stones at Stonehenge.

This assembly was largely ridiculed in the press, who mocked the fact that the Neo-druids were dressed up in costumes consisting of white robes and fake beards.

Additionally, visitors can make special bookings to access the stones throughout the year.

Stonehenge 3 III 2400 BC to 2280 BC Later in the Bronze Age, although the exact details of activities during this period are still unclear, the bluestones appear to have been re-erected.

Stonehenge: Facts & Theories About Mysterious Monument

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The stones, which weighed about two tons, could have been moved by lifting and carrying them on rows of poles and rectangular frameworks of poles, as recorded in China, Japan and India.
Each had clearly been worked with the final visual effect in mind; the widen slightly towards the top in order that their perspective remains constant when viewed from the ground, while the lintel stones curve slightly to continue the circular stonehenge of the earlier monument.

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