What is Stonehenge?.
Read Online

What is Stonehenge?.

  • 606 Want to read
  • ·
  • 80 Currently reading

Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesGuide for Young People Series
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of the Environment.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22704151M

Download What is Stonehenge?.


Displaying book editions selected for your country. If you would like to change country please use the selector on the right. Very often history can’t give us the answers to our questions – we simply do not know who built Stonehenge, or why, or what religion was practised there. Librarian's tip: "'The Architecture of the Devil': Stonehenge, Englishness, and English Fiction" begins on p. Read preview Overview Search for more books and articles on Stonehenge. Book Stonehenge tickets in advance - important. It is also advantageous to book in advance to benefit from an advanced booking discount - do note, prices are .   Stonehenge was not built by aliens. The claim gained popularity by way of the book Chariots of the Gods?, published in , in which its author, Erich von Däniken, claimed that many monuments, including Stonehenge, may have been built by extraterrestrials. Von Däniken’s claims and others like them have been debunked by scientists and other.

Stonehenge is temporarily closed. From 3 December we are open am - 5pm. You now need to book timed-tickets in advance to visit Stonehenge. We have introduced limits on visitor numbers to help keep everyone safe, and you won’t be able to visit without your booking confirmation. If you’re a.   Stonehenge’s Multiphase Construction. Archaeologists believe England most iconic prehistoric ruin was built in several stages, with the earliest constructed 5, or more years ago. Yet the Salisbury Plain is famous. Well over a million people travel there every year. They come from all over the world to visit one of the great monuments of the ancient world—the stone circle called Stonehenge. Stonehenge sits at the top of a slight slope. Because the Salisbury Plain is so bare, Stonehenge can be seen from miles away/5(50). Stonehenge, an ancient monument in southern England, continues to puzzle archaeologists. Many theories about its purpose have been proposed, but no one can know for sure why Stonehenge was created. In this book, students will learn how some people think Stonehenge was built and what people believe it was used for in ancient times.

An excellent book which looks not just at Stonehenge, but at a much wider area. Rightly shortlisted at the British Archaeology Awards At over pages it can be described as authoritative on the period and well worth owning. The only downside is the photographs are in black and white only. Published by the Hobnob Press. Stonehenge was an "in between" listening experience (the audio book) for me. It developed slowly, but eventually captivated me to the extent I wanted to find out what happens to the main characters. But what happens is pretty s:   Built on present-day Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England, between 3, and 1, B.C., the haunting stone circle known as Stonehenge has retained its air of Author: Sarah Pruitt. About Where Is Stonehenge? Unravel some of the riddles of Stonehenge, one of the most famous and mysterious monuments in the world! Where is Stonehenge? That’s an easy question to answer. It sits on the Salisbury Plain in Southern England. But what is the meaning of these strange circles of stones? Was Stonehenge a religious site to honor the.