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A new critique of leading Stonehenge theory pokes holes in why the structure was built

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Stonehenge has long been a mystery to archeologists attempting to divine why ancient peoples would have built such a structure. For a while experts have said they believe it is likely some form of Neolithic calendar, perhaps one that marks specific events during a 365.25 day year. But now mathematicians and astronomers from the Polytechnic University of Milan refute those claims.


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