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Text Publishing Company, 2004 - Megalithic monuments - 58 pages
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Currently the best-selling book at Stonehenge itself, this is one of a new series of mathemagical and ancient traditions titles printed on highest grade recycle papers with no colours or glosses. The covers are matt and leathery, and printed in black and white inks to give an antique effect. Stonehenge intrigues everyone, regardless of age or country - this is the first neat little book to attempt to explain it. The extraordinary age of Stonehenge, contemporary with the Great Pyramid, encourages the reader to reconsider the peoples who once inhabited the British Isles.

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User Review  - Thompson - Goodreads

This is a brief look at Stonehenge. Not a whole lot to this little book, but can be used as an introduction to the subject. Read full review

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