Stonehenge is England’s most mysterious ancient monument, standing on a site older than the Pyramids of Egypt. But who built it and how?
We know that our Neolithic ancestors transported the rocks used at Stonehenge from over 200 miles away, across England’s biggest tidal estuary.
In this documentary, facial anthropologists use a 3D computer model to recreate the faces of skeletons which have been located near Stonehenge. One skeleton face that is recreated in Who Built Stonehenge? is believed to have belonged to one of the workers who helped build one of the wonders of the world.