A recent separate study, of Aubrey Hole seven, found the remains of 14 females and nine males, with the help of CT scans and osteological analysis (site pictured)But earlier this year a team of archaeologists and geologists led by academics from University College London (UCL) claimed Stonehenge was originally built in Pembrokeshire, hundreds of years before the monument was taken down and rebuilt in its current location.
The UCL team claims the stones were transported 140 miles (225km) from Pembrokeshire to Salisbury Plain in around 2900 BC, but the conflicting study said debris used to link the sites was caused by glaciers Burials at Stonehenge were likely for people of higher status.
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They claim burned human bone found in 56 different holes left by a smaller early stone circle built on the site 3,000 years ago provide clues to its original use that then later changed This, according to Professor Mike Parker-Pearson, an archaeologist at University College London, and his colleagues, suggests there was a shift in the cultural significance of Stonehenge around this time.
Writing in the journal Antiquity, they said: 'Stonehenge changed from being a stone circle for specific dead individuals linked to particular stones, to one more diffusely associated with the collectivity of increasingly long-dead ancestors buried there.
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The latest analysis of the burned bones (remains previously found on the site pictured) revealed they were buried in the holes over a period of 500 years between 3,100BC and 2,600BC Researchers believe the site may have taken on a new significance around 2,500 years ago when it became more loosely associated with the dead as a place where ancestors were embodied metaphorically within the stones (pictured)Professor Parker Pearson and his colleagues said: 'Our research shows that Stonehenge was used as a cremation cemetery for mostly adult men and women for around five centuries, during and between its first two main stages of construction.'In its first stage, many burials were placed within and beside the Aubrey Holes.
As these are believed to have contained bluestones, there seems to have been a direct relationship between particular deceased individuals and standing stones.'Most of these later burials appear, however, to have been placed in the ditch around the monument's periphery, leaving the stones, now grouped in the centre of the site, distant from the human remains.' Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.