The Stones of Stonehenge
A site with a page devoted to each stone at Stonehenge
Type: Spotted Dolerite (ungrouped)
Stone 36 lies partly buried in the bluestone circle, where it once stood as a single standing stone. When it was excavated in the 1950s it was found to have two mortise holes, suggesting that it was once used as a lintel atop two bluestone uprights.
Estimated above ground weight: 0.27 tons
Stone 36 is of Type: Spotted Dolerite (ungrouped)