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Beyond Barrows
A free e-book which extensively examines the subject, and reminds me it isn't all about Wessex. Beyond Barrows. Current research on the structuration and perception of the prehistoric landscape through monuments by David Fontijn
A free e-book which extensively examines the subject, and reminds me it isn't all about Wessex. Beyond Barrows. Current research on the structuration and perception of the prehistoric landscape through monuments by David Font...
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Pembrokeshire Bluestone News
Click to enlarge and read - from   http://www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/default.asp?PID=90  The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Spring 2014 Newsletter
Click to enlarge and read - from  http://www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/default.asp?PID=90  The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Spring 2014 Newsletter
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Craig Rhos-y-Felin
As I was passing it would have been unforgivable not to take a few photos of Craig Rhos-y-Felin a source of some Rhyolite "Bluestones" for Stonehenge. Mike Parker Pearson has left his "abandoned" monolith shrouded ready for further investigation. And the co...
As I was passing it would have been unforgivable not to take a few photos of Craig Rhos-y-Felin a source of some Rhyolite "Bluestones" for Stonehenge. Mike Parker Pearson has left his "abandoned" monolith shrouded ready fo...
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A Mystery Depression at Stonehenge
STONEHENGE: PLANS, DESCRIPTION, AND THEORIES by W M Flinder Petrie with an update by Gerald S Hawkins. A fascinating book with this excellent map produced in 1966. Click to enlarge Hawkins is intrigued by the semi-circular depression  just to the east  of  ...
STONEHENGE: PLANS, DESCRIPTION, AND THEORIES by W M Flinder Petrie with an update by Gerald S Hawkins. A fascinating book with this excellent map produced in 1966. Click to enlarge Hawkins is intrigued by the semi-cir...
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Magic Maps
Her Majesty provides some very informative interactive maps for anyone interested in the countryside. I recommend a play with them: http://www.magic.gov.uk/  The MAGIC website provides authoritative geographic information about the natural environment from ...
Her Majesty provides some very informative interactive maps for anyone interested in the countryside. I recommend a play with them: http://www.magic.gov.uk/  The MAGIC website provides authoritative geographic information abo...
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Free Access to Bevins and Ixer Stonehenge Bluestone Paper
From Dr Rob Ixer and Dr Richard Bevins comes this chance to download and read one of their articles. Quoted text: Elsevier  are delighted to be present at the  Society for American Archaeology (SAA)  annual meeting. And are offering FREE access to some arti...
From Dr Rob Ixer and Dr Richard Bevins comes this chance to download and read one of their articles. Quoted text: Elsevier are delighted to be present at the Society for American Archaeology (SAA) annual meeting. And are of...
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Craig Rhosyfelin Visitor Management Proposal
Craig Rhosyfelin Visitor Management Proposal; December 2013, The rock outcrop at Craig Rhosyfelin has recently been confirmed as one of the sources of the inner circle of bluestones at Stonehenge. The archaeological advice we have received has confirmed tha...
Craig Rhosyfelin Visitor Management Proposal; December 2013, The rock outcrop at Craig Rhosyfelin has recently been confirmed as one of the sources of the inner circle of bluestones at Stonehenge. The archaeological advice we...
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Stoneholes 17-20 Parchmarks - 50 years ago
Back in July I noticed some parchmarks at Stonehenge which were the first indications that there are stoneholes for the missing stones 17 and 18 and also showed the stoneholes for stones  19 and 20  - see this post for more details. I bought a postcard toda...
Back in July I noticed some parchmarks at Stonehenge which were the first indications that there are stoneholes for the missing stones 17 and 18 and also showed the stoneholes for stones  19 and 20  - see this post for more d...
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Silbury Hill Data Archive
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/silbury_eh_2014/index.cfm  English Heritage has been engaged in work at Silbury since May 2000 when a vertical shaft originally dug in 1776 re-opened up on the summit. After temporary stabilisation, a major ...
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/silbury_eh_2014/index.cfm  English Heritage has been engaged in work at Silbury since May 2000 when a vertical shaft originally dug in 1776 re-opened up on the summit. After ...
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I live on the edge of the Marlborough Downs and work part time at Stonehenge. This blog represents only my own opinions and thoughts, not that of any current or past employer or co-worker.