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BBC News | Sci/Tech | Stonehenge face mystery

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Front Page World UK UK Politics Business Sci/Tech Health Education Sport Entertainment Talking Point In Depth On Air Archive Feedback Low Graphics Help Friday, October 15, 1999 Published at 09:48 GMT 10:48 UK Sci/Tech Stonehenge face mystery Silently watching us for 4,000 years? By BBC News Online Science Editor Dr David Whitehouse Has the face of the creator of Stonehenge been staring at us unrecognised for more than 4,000 years? A British archaeologist claims to have seen a face carved into the side of one of the mighty stones at Stonehenge. The face can be seen on the side of a standing stone It is the first face ever seen on the Neolithic monument and one of the oldest works of art ever found in Britain. It was recognised by Terrence Meaden, an archaeologist with a fascination for the Read More
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BBC News | UK | Fences come down at Stonehenge

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Front Page World UK UK Politics Business Sci/Tech Health Education Sport Entertainment Talking Point In Depth On Air Archive Feedback Low Graphics Help Friday, April 23, 1999 Published at 23:01 GMT 00:01 UK UK Fences come down at Stonehenge The mysterious stone circle is thought to be 5000 years old Plans to restore the site around Stonehenge to how it may have been thousands of years ago were announced on Friday. The Stonehenge Master Plan will remove nearby roads and improve the ancient monument's setting. Toby Sealey for Radio 5 Live: The UK's most famous World Heritage Site Fences, one of which was erected at the turn of the century and the other in the 1970s, are to be removed as part of the scheme being launched at London's Canary Wharf by Culture Secretary Chris Smith and Roads Mini Read More
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Mystery of Stonehenge points to the heavens By Sandra Dimitrakopoulos , April 15, 2004 originally published October 12, 1999 Stonehenge itself remains a steadfast observer of the world, watching the seasons change from summer to fall to winter to spring and back again thousands of times over. But it also bears witness to movements in the heavens, observing the rhythm of the Moon and, more noticeably, the Sun. For most parts of the year, the sunrise can't even be seen from the centre of the monument. But on the longest day of the year, the June 21st summer solstice, the rising sun appears behind one of the main stones, creating the illusion that it is balancing on the stone. This stone, called the "Heel Stone", sits along a wide laneway, known as the Avenue, that extends from the northeast Read More
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Ancient Calendars

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Ancient Calendars Early Clocks A Revolution in Timekeeping The "Atomic" Age World Time Scales and Time Zones NIST Time Services Bibliography Ancient Calendars C elestial bodies — the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars — have provided us a reference for measuring the passage of time throughout our existence. Ancient civilizations relied upon the apparent motion of these bodies through the sky to determine seasons, months, and years. We know little about the details of timekeeping in prehistoric eras, but wherever we turn up records and artifacts, we usually discover that in every culture, some people were preoccupied with measuring and recording the passage of time. Ice-age hunters in Europe over 20,000 years ago scratched lines and gouged holes in sticks and bones, possibly counting t Read More
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British Archaeology, no 45, June 1999: Features

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ISSN 1357-4442 Editor: Simon Denison Issue no 45, June 1999 FEATURES Neanderthals, sex and modern humans A boy buried 24,000 years ago proves the two species did interbreed, writes Paul Pettitt The relationship between modern humans and Neanderthals has been the subject of vigorous debate for many years. Did the two species inter-breed? Did they come into contact at all, during the tens of thousands of years of their co-existence on Earth? (See BA , March , and Letters , May.) In 1996, DNA from the original Neander valley Neanderthal remains was extracted and analysed. This work demonstrated that there were at least 500,000 years of evolutionary divergence between our own species and the c 40,000 year old Neanderthal in question, diminishing the likelihood that the two species intermixed. Read More
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Geography - Merriam-Webster's Atlas

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--> Virginia In 1776 the jurist George Wythe probably drew upon a book on Roman antiquities by Joseph Spence when he created the first Virginia state seal. It was made in two sizes and had distinctive designs on the obverse and reverse sides. The reverse showed women symbolizing liberty, eternity, and agriculture. The design on the obverse now appears on the state flag. It features a woman personifying virtue and dressed as an Amazon. She wears a helmet and holds a spear and sword above the Latin motto "Sic semper tyrannis" ("Thus always to tyrants"). She is standing on the prostrate figure of a fallen king, his crown lying to one side, thus carrying out the theme of popular victory over tyrannical government. The whip and chain held by the king have been rendered useless. The seal had alr Read More
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Hidden Stonehenge

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Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 15: Spring 1981 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Hidden Stonehenge The configuration of standing stones at Stonehenge has been etched in everyone's mind by thousands of photographs and drawings down the centuries. There is also a "hidden" Stonehenge: traces of earlier configurations, hints of trials and errors, and just plain enigmas. The hidden or cryptic Stonehenge is found mostly by accident when some chance digging reveals a previously unrecorded hole, ditch, or buried artifact. To illustrate, in May and June of 1979, a 24-meter trench was excavated along the path of a proposed telephone cable. The diggers found a completely unexpected, backfilled pit showing Read More
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Images of Stonehenge, Stonehenge, England, c. 3100-1550 BCE. Digital Imaging Project: Art historical images of European and North American architecture and sculpture from classical Greek to Post-modern. Scanned from slides taken on site by Mary Ann Sul

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Stonehenge c. 3100-1550 BCE Visitors see today the remains of the final stage of Stonehenge, a prehistoric temple used as a place of worship and burial. In its first stage it was a large earthwork--"henge"--a bank and ditch (see far right) enclosing the Aubrey holes (named after their 17th century discoverer) arranged in a circle. Later (around 2100 BCE) 80 bluestones were brought from the Preseli mountains in Wales and arranged in a double circle in the center. Somewhat later sarsen stones were arranged in an outer circle with continuous lintels and five trilithons were arranged in a horseshoe, the axis of which pointed to the midsummer sunrise. The Heel Stone (see below) marked this axis and the original approach to the temple. Even later (1550 BCE) the bluestones were rearrang Read More
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Mysterious Places - Stonehenge

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Post your questions and comments on the Mysterious Places Message Boards . Mysterious Places ^ webmaster ^ about the photographer Click here if you want to use images and text from this site Visit the new Mysterious Places Store Books, Fine Art Prints, Calendars, and More! Click Here! Read More
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NOVA | Transcripts | Secrets of Lost Empires | Stonehenge | PBS

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--> Home TV Schedule Support Shop Watch Online Teachers Podcasts RSS "Secrets of Lost Empires: Stonehenge" PBS Airdate: February 11, 1997 Go to the companion Web site __: Tonight, on NOVA, time honored monuments. Wonders of the ancient world. These giant structures reveal the spirit of cultures long past. What they don't reveal is the mystery of how they came to be. Now, NOVA and a cast of hundreds use brute strength and sheer determination to rediscover the technical know-how of the ancient builders. Stonehenge. Inca masonry in Peru. An Egyptian obelisk. A roof for Rome's colosseum. NOVA embarks on a four part building spree to unlock the secrets of lost empires. Now, Part 1, Stonehenge. NOVA is funded by Prudential. __: Prudential insurance, health care, real estate and financial service Read More
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Sacred Places: Stonehenge, England

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Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe | Sweet Briar College An exploration of how and why places become invested with SACREDNESS and how the SACRED is embodied or made manifest through ART and ARCHITECTURE STONEHENGE, ENGLAND THIS PAGE HAS MOVED TO http://witcombe.sbc.edu/sacredplaces/stonehenge.html SACRED PLACES is written and produced by Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe , Professor, Department of Art History, Sweet Briar College , Virginia, 24595 USA (phone: 434-381-6194 / fax: 434-381-6173). For more information, please email him at [email protected] Read More
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SimpleNet Web Hosting, Dedicated Servers & Co-location, Reseller Web Hosting

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CUSTOMER LOGIN 24 HOUR SUPPORT Focused on providing high quality, reliable, and inexpensive web hosting solutions Providing great customer service, a high quality product and making sure customers' sites are up and running smoothly are paramount to success. » Click here to learn more about SimpleNet Home About Us Services Resellers Affiliate Program Support News/Press Resources Contact Us Our Services: Web Hosting Dedicated Servers Server Co-Locations Custom Hosting Solutions Reseller Web Hosting In the web hosting business since the mid-1990's, the employees that currently make up SimpleNet's work force were among those who created the first Internet Presence Provider(IPP), or web host. Read more about SimpleNet About SimpleNet Why Choose SimpleNet SimpleNet Data Center SimpleNet Hosting Read More
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Stonehenge

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Home Welcome Enigma The Bookcase Feedback Stonehenge [ Introduction || Contents || Timeline ] Who built Stonehenge? Why? This ancient monument of huge stones solitarily standing on the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England has captured imaginations for centuries. Theories about who built it have included the Druids, Greeks, Phoenicians, and Atlanteans. Speculation on the reason it was built range from human sacrifice to astronomy. Investigations over the last 100 years have revealed that Stonehenge was built in several stages from 2800 - 1800 BC. It seems to have been designed to allow for observation of astronomical phenomena - summer and winter solstices, eclipses, and more. Contents Facts The Story of Stonehenge Where in the world is Stonehenge? - find out where in England the Salisbury Read More
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Stonehenge

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Sponsored by STONEHENGE An Extract Of An Essay. There are many stone circles all over North Western Europe, but none have provided as much incentive to research as Stonhenge. Standing isolated on the Salisbury Plains, the stones have been erected in an area full of ancient burial grounds, monoliths and ancient man-made hills. The area was obviously at one time a centre of quite a successful civilisation. Stonehenge seems to mark the culmination of their understanding of astronomy, as well as having probable religious significance. A lot of archaeological research has been done into the building of Stonhenge and it is now known that the stones were erected in three stages: The earliest is called Stonehenge I, and the latest is called Stonehenge III. It is Stonhenge III that is visually the Read More
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Stonehenge

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Ask A Scientist General Science Archive Stonehenge Question: Is Stonehenge a result of alien life? Answer: No one really seems to know. Scientists have been investigating it for a very long time, yet no valid conclusions seem to have been reached. Some people think aliens did it (probably not), some think ancient people did it with a little ingenuity (probably). The Pyramids in Egypt are the same way. It took tens of thousands of people about 30 years to build one pyramid, so given enough time it seems anything can be accomplished (no matter how impossible it may seem). Sorry about the typos! wildman jackson Back to General Science Topics Ask A Scientist Index NEWTON Homepage Ask A Question NEWTON is an electronic community for Science, Math, and Computer Science K-12 Educators. Argonne Na Read More
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Stonehenge

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Stonehenge Welcome to Stonehenge Stonehenge is one of the most famous and mysterious ruins in the world today. An ancient megalith, or stone monument, Stonehenge has fascinated scientists and lay persons for over eight hundred years. People created and perpetuated many myths and fables through the ages about this enigmatic structure. From hundreds of years of theories and research, scientists believe they have finally discovered the answers to many of Stonehenge's mysteries, such as how, why, and by whom it was built. Three separate cultures, the Windmill Hill, Beaker and Wessex peoples, are believed to have built Stonehenge for both astrological and ceremonial purposes over a period of more than five hundred years. Consisting of 162 stones and is 35 paces across (National Geographic Socie Read More
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Stonehenge

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Stonehenge Stonehenge Monumental circular setting of large standing stones surrounded by a circular earthwork, built in prehistoric times beginning about 3100 BC and located about 13 km (8 miles) north of Salisbury, Wiltshire, Eng. The modern interpretation of the monument is based chiefly on excavations carried out since 1919 and especially since 1950. The Stonehenge that visitors see today is considerably ruined, many of its stones having been pilfered by medieval and early modern builders (there is no natural building stone within 21 km [13 miles] of Stonehenge); its general architecture has also been subjected to centuries of weathering and depredation. The monument consists of a number of structural elements, mostly circular in plan. On the outside is a circular ditch, with a bank imm Read More
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Stonehenge - Salisbury, England - Great Buildings Online

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GreatBuildings Page Archiplanet Page Stonehenge Great Buildings Search Advanced Buildings Architects Types Places 3D Models Pix Archiplanet ArchitectureWeek Architect unknown Subscribers - login to skip ads Location Salisbury, England map Date -2750 to -1500 timeline Building Type temple , observatory Construction System stone Climate temperate Context rural plain Style Neolithic monumental Notes circles of stone megalith Images Photo Photo Photo GreatBuildings Images Flickr Images Google Images Google Videos Panoramio Images Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo, standing stones against the sunset Photo, historical More Images Aerial view of Stonehenge Photo, standing stones and big clouds Photo, Stonehenge overview Photo, Stonehenge, close-up of stones Photo, Stonehenge o Read More
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Stonehenge and the Megaliths of the World

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Stonehenge and the Megaliths of the World Learning & Dyslexia | Megalithic Astronomy | History of Civilization | Ancient World | Internet Law Teaching Learning Enquiry Research Quick Index Megaliths & Ancient Man History of Civilization Biblical History Egyptology L E X I L I N E Starting 2000, ANDIS KAULINS deciphered the Megaliths as an Ancient Survey of the Earth by Astronomy PAGES RELATING TO STONEHENGE and the decipherment of the MEGALITHS of the UK and the WORLD have thus been moved to our new site: MEGALITHS.CO.UK This new site is devoted to the megaliths. Lexiline remains the main site for the History of Civilization L E X I L I N E Languages Ancient Near East Origins of Astronomy Learning Prehistoric Art Click here to sign up for the LexiLine List on the History of Civilization Si Read More
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Stonehenge by Night featuring Ancient Sites under threat - Megalithic Mysteries

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Megalithic Mysteries Home Page Stonehenge by Night Megalithic Mysteries Home Page Other Pages: Stop the Dartmoor "Super-quarry" Stoney Littleton Long Barrow to re-open Nine Ladies in quarrying threat Stone Circle may end up in supermarket car park Millennium Monstrosity at Mayburgh Henge Books, CDs and videos featuring 3rd Stone magazine Site Watch - Ancient Sites under threat Stonehenge, Wiltshire Nearest town: Salisbury Nearest village: Amesbury OS Sheet: 184 OS Map reference: SU123422 Hi-Res images COMMENT! Read visitors' comments on this page, and leave your own. All Stonehenge images are completely FREE for non-commercial use. Please feel free to download and use as a background or on your web site. In return please help with our Ancient sites under threat campaign: [ Ancien Read More
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Stonehenge Revealed

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" Upon no other subject, probably, have so many opinions been expressed, as upon Stonehenge." (Edward T. Stevens, 1882) Info on Stonehenge Other Great Stonehenge Links Britannia.com: The Magical History Tour Activemind.com: Stonehenge pics, links, and information Earth Mysteries: Info on construction of Stonehenge Mysterious Places: Great site about Stonehenge Feel free to send comments to me. Read More
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Stonehenge. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05

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Stonehenge: Eclispe Computer?

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Stonehenge: Eclipse Computer? Stonehenge: Eclipse Computer? Every year on the first day of summer, the Sun rises at a point that is farther north than on any other day of the year. At the ruins of Stonehenge in England, this solstice sunrise appears on the horizon in direct alignment with the massive heel stone. This is the most outstanding feature of this ancient monument, built during the same era as the Great Pyramid of Egypt . There is little doubt that the builders of Stonehenge used it to mark this special day as the beginning of each year. By counting the number of days between these annual alignments, they could determine the length of the year. This could serve as a practical calendar to mark holidays and seasonal festivals and to ensure the timely planting and harvesting of crops Read More
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Stones of England - Stonehenge

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Stonehenge Stone Circle, Henge and Standing Stone Wiltshire Nearest town: Salisbury Nearest village: Amesbury Map reference : SU 123422 The best-known of all megalithic sites dates back 4000 years (30Kb) Certainly the best known of all megalithic sites, Stonehenge stands in isolation on the undulating chalk of Salisbury Plain, west of Amesbury, between the busy A303 and A344 roads. At first sight this unique and enigmatic site appears smaller than imagined, but the tallest upright stone is 6.7m (22ft) high, with another 2.4m (8ft) below ground. The outermost element of the site is the Avenue that runs straight down a gentle slope for 530m (560yds) into Stonehenge Bottom. The Avenue consists of twin banks about 12m (40ft) apart with internal ditches, and it begins at the entrance to the ear Read More
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The Beauty and Mystery of Stonehenge by Howard Fast

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Saturday Review February , 196, pp 52-54 The Beauty and Mystery of Stonehenge Howard Fast IT WAS a gray-silver day - which is something specifically English. It was neither raining nor sunny, but the sky was pearl and laced with sunshine one moment, sunless the next, and the rain came in short bursts like fine spray. On Salisbury Plain, the rain stopped, and a soft, cold wind blew. The plain offered an immensity that was an illusion, but an illusion never dispelled. In the distance, clouds piled up and here and there a thin black windbreak of trees or a clump of thicket - otherwise nothing. No dog or cat or man or car. It was the time of the day and the moment, yet here in the midst of the most populated area of one of the most heavily populated lands on earth was this great stretch of emp Read More
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The Stonehenge Tour Company. Sightseeing Guided Tours of the Stone Circle and ancient Britain. Stonehenge information and links

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STONEHENGE INFORMATION RESOURCE "It's more than 'just a pile of old rocks in a field" MEGALITHIC ENGINEERING Stonehenge seems to have been constructed in three phases, covering the period from 2200BC to 1200BC. It was magnificent feat of megalithic engineering. The gigantic sarsen stones, great sandstone boulders arranged like doorways and capped with stone lintels, weigh up to 5o tons and were dragged to the site from the Marlborough Downs 30km (20 miles) to the north, in a time when wheeled vehicles were unknown. The bluestones forming the smaller pillars came from Prescelly in South West Wales, over 161km (100 miles) away. The 'how' of Stonehenge construction is intriguing enough, but the important question is why the prehistoric builders should labour for centuries to build s Read More
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The UnMuseum - Stonehenge

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Stonehenge and the Rings of Rock Stonehenge: Mystery on the Salisbury Plain. Stonehenge maybe, in many peoples' minds, the most mysterious place in the world. This set of concentric rings and horseshoe shapes on the empty Salisbury Plain, is, at the age of 4,000 years, one of the oldest, and certainly best preserved, megalithic (that means large, often ancient, stone) structures on Earth. It is a fantastic construction with many of the larger stones involved weighing 25 tons and quarried from a location 18 miles away. The rings and horseshoes of Sarsen (a type of sandstone) also carry massive lintels connecting them so that when they were all in place there was a ring of stone in the sky as well as on the ground. We know almost nothing about who built Stonehenge and why. A popular theory a Read More
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The Wiltshire Web - Stonehenge

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Historical Wiltshire STONEHENGE - The World`s Greatest Mystery? Stonehenge was completed around 1300B.C. The mystery surrounding its creation is - why was is built? We know that its axis is aligned with the sunrise of the longest day of the year - 21st June, so therefore it may have been used as some sort of calender. Another theory is that is was built for religious worship, possibly involving sacrificial practices. There has not however, been any evidence of human sacrifice. Contrary to public belief, the Druids had nothing to do with its creation; they arrived in this country after the building work was started. They did however use the site for their own religious ceremonies and modern day Druids continue to use the site as a place of worship. Scientific investigation has revealed that Read More
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Thoughts on Stonehenge....

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The Preselis are the probable location of the quarry from where the bluestone was mined used in the second phase of the construction of an unusual stone circle in Wiltshire called Stonehenge. Seeing as how this is the only location in Britain the rock is found (a particular form of Blue Dolerite) one has to ask why did this rock had to be used, and if it was important then why that location (it is 135 miles away after all). As an aside the bluestone was used for only part of stonehenge. The original site first existed as the earth bank and ditch enclosing a central area containing four stones at the solstisial points. Several hundred years later bluestones were brought and arranged in a circle within the henge. These stones are all about 3 metres tall (some part of which is below the groun Read More
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Virginia Map

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Virginia Map/Quiz Printout - EnchantedLearning.com

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Advertisement. EnchantedLearning.com is a user-supported site. As a bonus, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version of the site, with print-friendly pages. Click here to learn more. Become a member of Enchanted Learning. Site subscriptions last 12 months. Click here for more information on site membership. $20.00/year or other amount (directly by Credit Card ) $20.00/year or other amount (via PayPal ) $20.00/year or other amount (for sending a check by mail ) $20.00/year or other amount (for subscribing by school purchase order ) As a thank-you bonus, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version of the site, with print-friendly pages. (Already a member? Click here. ) Virginia Facts, Map, and Symbols EnchantedLearning.com Virginia Map/Quiz Printout US States: Map/Quizzes Read More
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Virginia Maps - Perry-CastaÑeda Map Collection - UT Library Online

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