The Question: In which period was Stonehenge built?
Stonehenge was built towards the end of the Stone Age during the late Neolithic period, using only simple tools, before the arrival of metals and the invention of the wheel. It is thought it was built over hundreds of years, starting with a circular earthwork enclosure around 3000 BCE. The central stones are thought to have arrived 500 years later.
The correct answer is Neolithic.