That Hidden ‘Superhenge’ Was a Super Dud

Last year, researchers announced that a “Superhenge” buried underground a couple miles from Stonehenge was poised to upstage the iconic monument.

Archaeologists with the Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project hitched ground-penetrating radar devices to trailers towed by four-wheelers and tractors. Using these advanced instruments, they constructed a 3-D picture of what was buried beneath.

Based on the images, the team believed it had discovered a row of roughly 90 standing stones, some t

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