Stonehenge is ancient Britain, an iconic world-famous monument like no other.
It was famous when it was created too, and people came to the stones from across the country.
We have learnt a great deal about all this from new excavation and research, but a large DNA study raises an unexpected question.
Could it have been built by immigrants?
Speaker: Mike Pitts, Editor of British Archaeology
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