The majestic Stonehenge is still largely a mystery, but researchers say that the prehistoric monument were built using Pythagoras' theorem. The discovery shines a spotlight on Neolithic builders' great capabilities in astronomy and geometry.
Hundreds of ancient earthworks resembling the mysterious Stonehenge were found via drones in the Amazon.
The recent discovery just proves that the area is more sacred and ritually active than previously believed.
A long-standing theory about the “stone circles” in Scotland has been confirmed by scientists: the ancient rocks were used to track astronomical events.
Over the last few years, studies revealed a few amazing facts about the Stonehenge. Here are a few of them.
Artifacts collected from a Late Neolithic monument known as Durrington Walls suggests Stonehenge builders had organized feasts and maintained a diet rich in animal producst.
Stonehenge will never be the same again. That's what experts with the Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project are saying after discovering 17 previously unknown ritual monuments dating to the period when Stonehenge achieved its iconic shape.