Science Buried beneath Stonehenge, even more henges?

Using ground-piercing radar and other high-tech equipment, scientists have detected at least 17 other ancient monuments buried beneath Stonehenge.

By , LiveScience News Editor

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The megaliths of Stonehenge, which were raised above England's Salisbury Plain some 5,000 years ago, may be among the most extensively studied archaeological features in the world. Still, the monument is keeping secrets.