Many of the stones that are no longer there are known to have been moved away by people. This happened several times in the Virctorian era; in fact, archaeologist Dennis Price recently found two stones laying on the ground in a nearby villiage that had formed an altar at Stonehenge as recently as 1620. When people took the stones away from the site, they typically broke them into pieces. This particular altar stone had been broken and two and used as a bridge in the town of Berwick St James.
Crasy people. Also, they might’ve just crumbled into sand.
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