How did people move the rocks for Stonehenge?



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    Nobody knows for sure how the ancient people performed the massive labor and engineering possible to create Stonehenge. It is hypothesized that the large ditch surrounding the area was dug using antlers and wood, and then loaded into baskets and carried away. It is said that the massive stones were rolled in by roller and sledge from the inland mountains to the Milford Haven waters. Then, they were loaded onto barges, rafts, or boats and sailed to Frome. Then, they were once again hauled over land to the site. To construct the large outer ring, giant levers were put under the stones and raised until gravity caused the stones to slide into the holes. Then, smaller stones filled the rest of the hole to secure it.

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