Monthly Archives: January 2018

Stonehenge: The Last Word?

There have been more books written on Stonehenge than any other stone circle. It would seem anyone who has turned a trowel, and many who haven’t, has been inspired to put pen to paper on this most extraordinary prehistoric megalithic … Continue reading

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Megaliths in the Ritual Landscape

Experts now believe that megaliths stood at the very heart of ritual practice for the networks of communities scattered across western Europe later in the new Stone Age, or Neolithic period, that had begun around 10,000 B.C. Their function was … Continue reading

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