Geologist Dr Dyfed Elis Gruffydd
Media playback is unsupported on your device
Video

'No evidence' Stonehenge bluestones quarried

There is "no evidence" some of the stones at Stonehenge that came from two Pembrokeshire quarries were excavated by man, a geologist has said.

Dr Dyfed Elis Gruffydd has disputed research, led by University College London (UCL), which found the bluestones came from outcrops at Carn Goedog and Craig Rhos-y-felin.

Following excavations, the team of archaeologists and geologists said the stones may have been first used in a local monument near the quarries and then dismantled and taken to Wiltshire.

But Dr Gruffydd said no evidence of human quarrying had been found at the sites.

  • 07 Dec
  • From the section Wales
Go to next video: Amesbury clues to Stonehenge's past