Stonehenge Decoded

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Dorset Press, 1987 - Astronomy, Ancient - 210 pages
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Dr. Hawkins recreates the dramatic discovery of Stonehenge--a sophicated and brilliantly conceived astronomical observatory used by three different groups of people over a400 year period beginning around 2000 B.C.--; tells of the mythology that surrounds it and of the remarkable techniques that were employed to bring the stones across 100 miles of sea and land to their site of construction on Salisbury Plain in southern England.

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Although I couldn't agree for a moment with Hawkins's conclusions about the astronomical alignments and 'computer' functions of Stonehenge, this is a fascinating account, as illuminating about the ... Read full review

Contents

The People
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A STONEHENCE DECODED
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Bibliography
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