From IC Wales: Ritual piece of Stonehenge discovered.
A missing stone which could be an integral part of rituals at Stonehenge may have been discovered by a Welsh archaeologist.
Dennis Price, pictured below, who has done years of research on the mysterious stone structure, believes he has tracked down a previously lost altar stone, identified during one of the first studies of the site in the 17th century.
He is convinced it is now in two pieces on either side of a road in a Wiltshire village, just a couple of miles from Stonehenge itself.
Mr Price, who is from Monmouthshire, and now based in Exeter, has studied the archaeology of Stonehenge for years, and in 2003 filmed the excavation of the graves of the Welsh Boscombe Bowmen who helped build Stonehenge.
He believes the stones found used to be the altar stone which was named and described by 17th century architect Inigo Jones. [continue]
Interesting, but how do you prove it? Rocks aren’t exactly subject to carbon dating.