Stonehenge the story of a sacred landscape by francis pryor 413 rating details 64 ratings 14 reviews a concise beautifully illustrated account of the history and archaeology of an iconic feature of the english landscape from one of britains most distinguished archaeologists. Stonehenge the story of a sacred landscape and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle learn more enter your mobile number or email address below and well send you a link to download the free kindle app. The spotlight is on salisbury plain stonehenge and the surrounding woodhenge durrington walls and avebury the monuments of wood were built for the living while those of stone were built for ancestors the river avon linked woodhenge and durrington walls to stonehenge and was a major stop on the rite of the dead. Francis pryor delivers an rigorous account of the nature and history of stonehenge but also places the enigmatic stones in a wider cultural context exploring how antiquarians scholars writers artists the heritage industry and even neopagans have interpreted the site over the centuries. The ditch and the gradual establishment of stonehenge abstract pryor delivers a rigorous account of the nature and history of stonehenge but also places the enigmatic monument in a wider cultural context bringing acute insight into how antiquarians scholars writers artists and even neopagans have interpreted the mystery over the
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