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Interesting if it pans out. Full article here.
These were not just a few small rocks that could be mistaken for something else, Gaffney said, but huge stones, up to 14 feet tall — dozens of them.
Stonehenge itself is about 360 feet across, but the prehistoric monument the researchers claim to have found appears to be more than four times the size. Stonehenge includes about 90 stones, while this newly discovered monument may have had up to 200, based on their calculations.
Researchers have only detected about 40 intact stones and about 30 partial stones in the "superhenge" circle, but there are many more regularly spaced "sockets" that appear to mark places additional stones once were.
Here's a visualization of what they think the site looked like thousands of years ago: