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It may not display all the features of this and other websites.To improve security and online experience, please use a different browser or update Internet Explorer.Excavation of these early Bronze Age barrows has produced several rich finds, including beads and other personal ornaments The stone settings at Stonehenge were built at a time of great change in prehistory, just as new styles of ‘Beaker’ pottery and the knowledge of metalworking, together with a transition to the burial of individuals with grave goods, were arriving from the Continent.From about 2400 BC, well-furnished Beaker graves such as that of the Amesbury Archer are found nearby.In the early Bronze Age, one of the greatest concentrations of round barrows in Britain was built in the area around Stonehenge.Many barrow groups appear to have been deliberately located on hilltops visible from Stonehenge itself, such as those on King Barrow Ridge and the particularly rich burials at the Normanton Down cemetery.Two types of stone are used at Stonehenge – the larger sarsens and the smaller ‘bluestones’.

Within and around the Aubrey Holes, and also in the ditch, people buried cremations.In the early Bronze Age many burial mounds were built nearby.Today, along with Avebury, it forms the heart of a World Heritage Site, with a unique concentration of prehistoric monuments.The earthwork Avenue was also built at this time, connecting Stonehenge with the river Avon.One of the last prehistoric activities at Stonehenge was the digging around the stone settings of two rings of concentric pits, the so-called Y and Z holes, radiocarbon dated by antlers within them to between 18 BC.

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