Theories about Why Stonehenge was Constructed

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Theories about Why Stonehenge was Constructed
This paper will critically discuss theories about why Stonehenge was constructed. Stonehenge is a megalithic structure located on the Salisbury Plain just west of London, England. From earliest times to the present, the share enormity and overpowering size of Stonehenge has intrigued the intelligentsia and the superstitious alike. Who built it? Why did they build it? And, more importantly, how did they build it.
In trying to conduct research into the topic, one is immediately struck by two unavoidable facts, the first, that there seems to be research available for the two extremes of the information gauntlet and, the secondly, that there is either a multitude of scientific detail about the...
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