Missing part of Stonehenge gives an unprecedented glimpse into the ancient memorial

A long lost piece of Stonehenge The ones captured by a man doing restoration work on the monument were traced back 60 years later, giving scientists a chance to look inside one of the monument’s pillars for the first time.

In 1958, Robert Phillips, a representative of the drilling company that helps restore Stonehenge, took the cylindrical core after it had been drilled from one of Stonehenge’s pillars – Stone 58. Later, when he immigrated to the United States, Phillips took the core with him.

Due to Stonehenge’s protected condition, samples of the stones can no longer be extracted. but with return heart In 2018, researchers had the opportunity to conduct unprecedented geochemical analyzes of the Stonehenge plumes, which they describe in a new study.

Olga Dmitrieva

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