This is around a 1000 years after the big sarsen stone circle was erected.
The scanning has also revealed incredible detail on how the stones were shaped.
Some were "pecked" with stone mauls in horizontal lines, others with vertical lines.
The analysis found 71 new axehead carvings, increasing the number known at Stonehenge to 115.
The design of the axeheads belong to a specific period in the Early Bronze Age around 1750-1500BC.
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In addition, thousands of scratch marks adorned every surface of the tomb, as if the corpse had tried to claw its way out!
[Editor's note: click here for an interview with Max Brooks and a timeline of archaeologically documented zombie outbreaks.] With the records available to us (Mr. Tylor, during which they cleared the decorated tombs of Ny-ankh-pepy (Old Kingdom and Middle Kingdom) and Horemkhawef (Second Intermediate Period) on Old Kingdom hill.
Brooks obviously has access to others), the British dig can be identified as that conducted by Mssr. The notes of Tylor are lost to us, but Clarke's are preserved in the Griffith Institute, Oxford.