Before Stonehenge Monuments, Hunter-Gatherers Made Use of Open Woodland Habitats

According to a new study, hunter-gatherers made use of open woodland conditions in the millennia before Stonehenge monuments were built. Research study investigates habitat conditions encountered by first farmers and monument-builders. Hunter-gatherers made use of open woodland conditions in the millennia before Stonehenge monuments were built, according to a study by Samuel Hudson of the … Read more

Archaeologists Find One of the Most Significant Carved Stone Monuments Ever Uncovered in Scotland

A carved Pictish symbol stone uncovered in a field in Aberlemno. Only 200 Pictish symbol stones are known to exi. Credit: University of Aberdeen Rare Pictish symbol stone found near potential site of famous battle. Archaeologists have uncovered a Pictish symbol stone close to the location of one of the most significant carved stone monuments … Read more