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6,000-year-old wood carving could solve Stonehenge mystery

The area around the world-famous prehistoric temple had almost certainly been continuously or intermittently regarded as sacred for thousands of years before the great stone monument was built 45 centuries ago.
Archaeological investigations, carried out just 100 metres north of Stonehenge back in the 1960s suggest that a series of giant totem-pole-like timber obelisks had been erected there some 5,500 years before the famous stone monument had been built.