Stonehenge Builders Threw Organized Barbecue Parties

If you enjoy tailgating before a sporting event, you’d fit right in at the barbecues Stonehenge builders were hosting in their neighborhood thousands of years ago.

A new analysis of animal bones and pottery found at Durrington Walls, a Late Neolithic monument and settlement thought to be the place where builders of nearby Stonehenge lived, revealed residents enjoyed large-scale barbecues and ceremonial feasts. The menu options at the time, researchers say, indicate culinary organization i

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