How to Read Prehistoric Monuments: Understanding Our Ancient Heritage

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Watkins, 2011 - Architecture - 262 pages
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"This comprehensive, illustrated guide to Britain's earthworks, henges, and standing stones explores how and why they were built and used, offering a tantalizing glimpse into the religious, civic, and social practices of their creators. An A-Z section details all the site types in the British Isles, and each monument is identified by latitude and longitude, making it easy for history buffs to find them using maps and geo-location devices."

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How To Read Prehistoric Monuments: Understanding Our Ancient Heritage

User Review  - Joan W. Gartland - Book Verdict

Butler has an engineering background, and he has studied astrology and prehistory, with particular interest in the megalithic in Europe. A prolific writer (see review of his coauthored Before the ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Alan Butler is a writer, researcher, and recognized expert in ancient cosmology and astronomy with many books to his credit, including "Hiram Key Revisited", "Civilization One", and "City of the Goddess". He has appeared on "Ancient Aliens", "The Mystery of History", and "America Unearthed". He lives in Yorkshire, England.

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