Cremated remains reveal hints of who is buried at Stonehenge
Chemical analyses of skull pieces suggest some of the dead came from Wales
A new analysis of cremated human remains interred at the iconic site between around 5,000 and 4,400 years ago provides the first glimpse of who was buried there. Some were outsiders who probably spent the last decade or so of their lives in what’s now West Wales, more than 200 kilometers west of Stonehenge, researchers report. Read more.