Evidence Suggests Stonehenge Was Originally Erected In Wales
Researchers say they've found the quarries where Stonehenge's rocks came from, but the stones likely were used elsewhere first and moved.By Ryan Biek | December 7, 2015
Stonehenge's origin has been a mystery for centuries, but archaeologists now believe it was actually a "second-hand monument." An earlier version might have been erected in Wales.
Rocks known as "bluestones" were reportedly broken free from larger rock faces by inserting wooden wedges into cracks and then allowing rain to cause them to swell, driving the stones up.