Archaeologists excavate Roman dike in Raversijde

Stonehenge, ses origines révélées

ARTE France – Stonehenge, ses origines révélées

The Stonehenge Enigma: What lies beneath?

Stonehenge: Land of the Dead

Detailing the impact of the Storrega Tsunami at Montrose, Scotland

  • Ancient tsunami could have wiped out Scottish cities today: research maps the extent of the catastrophic Storegga tsunami 8,200 years ago for the first time. The Guardian, 4th June 2021
  • Scotland tsunami warning: Scientists warn entire towns could be destroyed – horror report. The Express. 4th June 2021
  • WAVE GOODBYE: Ancient tsunami that battered Britain with 100-FOOT waves could wipe out whole towns if it happened again. The Sun, 3rd June 2021
  • Ancient tsunami would ‘wipe out’ Scottish coastal town if it struck today. The Scotsman. 4th June 2021

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Stonehenge: The Lost Circle Revealed

The original Stonehenge? A dismantled stone circle in the Preseli Hills of west Wales

  • Stonehenge breakthrough shows where stone circle first stood for 400 years – in Wales. The Mirror, 12th February 2021
  • Was Stonehenge originally built in Wales? Archaeologists unearth remains of Britain’s third largest stone circle and claim it was ‘dismantled and MOVED to Wiltshire’. The Daily Mail, 12th February 2021
  • St Andrews academics unveil secrets of Stonehenge in new documentary. The Courier, 12th February 2021
  • Stonehenge stood for 400 years in Wales before being moved, team of archaeologists claim. Wales Online, 12th February 2021
  • Stonehenge mystery deepens as scientists find another connection to Wales. The Metro, 12th February 2021
  • Stonehenge may be dismantled Welsh stone circle. In the Loop, 12th February 2021

A massive, Late Neolithic pit structure associated with Durrington Walls Henge

  • How illuminating: Measuring luminescence helps to date a remarkable new discovery at Stonehenge. The Economist, 11th July 2020
  • Stonehenge: Neolithic monument found near sacred site. BBC News, 22nd June 2020
  • Archaeologists discover new prehistoric circle near Stonehenge. ITV News, 22nd June 2020
  • Archaeologists discover ‘astonishing’ huge circular neolithic monument next to Stonehenge. The Independent, 22nd June 2020
  • Scottish team finds major new prehistoric monument near Stonehenge. The National, 22nd June 2020
  • Hidden Henge: Neolithic stone circle dating back 4,500 years discovered just miles from Stonehenge. The Sun. 22nd June 2020