Piece of Stonehenge Returned from Florida


According to the New York Times, a Briton named Robert Phillips took a piece “roughly the size and shape of a broomstick” away from Stonehenge in 1958. While the stone was returned last May, English Heritage did not make an announcement until this year.

The piece is expected to provide clues to a team of researchers that had been looking into the origin of the giant stones, which stand in Southern England at about 13 feet high and 7 feet wide.

Missing Piece of Stonehenge Returned From Florida 60 Years After Removal


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