The summer solstice is celebrated world wide, though not in the ways humans once did.
From a mysterious Greek tomb to revelations about King Richard, 2014 was a big year for big finds.
Among the buried objects, one of the finest was a dagger with an intricately decorated wooden handle.
The tiny handiwork involved in making treasures found near Stonehenge likely involved the small fingers -- and strained eyes -- of children. Continue reading →
The unusual feature emerged as archaeologists scanned a 7.4-square-mile area around Stonehenge.Continue reading →
Marks left behind by ancient, parched grass show that the iconic monument was once a perfect circle.
Mysterious signs of worshiping of the winter solstice crop up around the world.
Carbon dating near the monument reveals a settlement occupied between 7,500 and 4,700 BC. ->
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