Thursday 1 September 2011
Archaeologists are researching the grave of an important figure they believe may have played a crucial role in the construction of Stonehenge.
The burial chamber is sited above a ceremonial stone circle in the Preseli hills in west Wales, where it is believed bluestone was quarried before being taken to Stonehenge.
More research will be done to establish if the important person buried there played a role in the moving of bluestone 190 miles from west Wales to the Wiltshire monument.
Read the full article in The Guardian