Stonehenge 3100-2500 BCE
Wider World of Stonehenge: Long Distance Connections and Winter Solstice Festivals
(July 2, 2022) The first stage of Stonehenge and Bluehenge down at the Avon river were built around 3,100 BCE. The last stage of Stonehenge with its famous large sarsen stone stones was built around 2500 just prior to the Indo-European (Bell Beaker culture) invasion of Britain. After the invasion, Bluehenge was dismantled yet Stonehenge continued to be used to celebrate the winter Solstice for another 1000 years.
Life Network Images Found Near Stonehenge
Image from British Museum presentation by Alison Sheridan entitled "Exploring the Wider World of Stonehenge: Long Distance Connections and Movements" at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjJZUWTts3M&t=4323s
Stonehenge Linked to Orkney Island
Bluehenge on the Banks of the Avon River
How Stonehenge Blocks Were Moved
They were moved by shifting its weight by placing stones on top and by rotating around two stones on the bottom.