Welsh Iron Age tomb links to Stonehenge

Archaeologists working at the Carn Menyn site in the Preseli Hills in Wales, where the Stonehenge bluestones were quarried, believe they have found the tomb of one of original builders monument.

All remains had long been removed from the tomb, which included ceremonial standing stones, leading experts to believe that the occupant was an important person and connected to Stonehenge. "It can be compared directly with the first Stonehenge, so for the first time we have a direct link between Carn Menyn - where the bluestones came from - and Stonehenge, in the form of this ceremonial monument," said Geoff Wainwright.