Stone circles twice Stonehenge age found in Virginia
|May 12, 2014||Posted by News under Human evolution, News|
Concentric stone circles near rocks weighing more than a ton – apparently aligned to mark solar events – are believed to be part of a Paleo-Indian site in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Clarke County that an expert has dated to about 10,000 B.C.
The complex along Spout Run has 15 above-ground stone features. Though still under study, it could be one of the oldest man-made structures in North America still in existence and twice as old as England’s Stonehenge. More.
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