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Tomb Found Near Sweden's 'Stonehenge'

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http://news.discovery.com/history/sweden-stonehenge-tomb-121017.html

"Our findings confirm what we have long suspected: Some stone-built monuments might have stood on the ridge long before the Ale's Stones," Knarrström said.

The older stones, as well as those making the dolmen, were most likely reused to build the stone ship.

"This discovery also confirms our belief that the site must have attracted people in all times," Knarrström said.

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Do wish we knew more about the people that built these stone structures and why.

Wonder if they will find any bones and if they don't was it actually a burial site.

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Still wondering how people are moving these stones that weigh 1.8 tonnes....?

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I bet the "boat" don't float. :passifier:

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pallidin,they said that about Brunells SS Great Eastern.......just saying.........lol

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Did it say they uncovered the tomb? or is it what they THINK to be him? Im curious, if they found his remains and tomb then im flabbergasted!?!??!

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Cool stuff! I really should visit this place: we're both located in Sweden after all ^^

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