After that, they were rather uniformly cooked, the authors speculate maybe on a spit."Whilst the pigs could have been shot at point blank range, the wide variety of bones with these injuries– from ribs to forelimb bones – hints at the possibility of some animals being shot from a distance, perhaps in some blood sport prior to cooking."
|"Stonehenge" by (Shelia Harrington) & "Pig Roast" by (Samwise the Awesome)|
During the Beaker Age, Stonehenge was improved and maybe re-purposed. Bott had a few suggestions, and honestly the more I think of it, combat sports and sports sound very plausible for some of these venues.
Feeding Stonehenge: feasting in late Neolithic Britain (PDF Download Available). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/313391888_Feeding_Stonehenge_feasting_in_late_Neolithic_Britain [accessed May 9, 2017].