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Stonehenge: Neolithic PC
@pottedhistory on Twitter a potter and Experimental Archaeologist tells us about recreating the pots that visitors can see, touch and learn about in the. As for the stones geologists have shown that the stones were brought by the ancient people as far away as from south Wales and north Wiltshire, and not from Ireland). Built about 2660 BCE, a century before Avebury henge, it contains no graves or shrines, but nevertheless exemplifies the cultural and architectural ambitions of Neolithic man. Each of the 15 stones weighed up to 50 tons, and stood between 20 and 24 ft in height. Well, stone circles are cool, but it's a pity they don't have any sort of "arcane" or "natural" energies coarsing through the stones. Was there any organic matter, such as animal dung added to it?
He surprised the devil and made him very angry. The surface of a pot and particularly any decoration, records information about any tools that were used in its manufacture, their shape, the way they were used and sometimes the materials from which they were made. Hawkins found that by using the 56 Aubrey Holes outside the stone circle, Stonehenge could be used as a very exact computer to forecast the time of the next eclipse.
The writer effectively selects, organizes, and analyzes content, demonstrating insightful understanding of the stimulus material. The writers facts, ideas, and concepts clearly support the focus, information, and explanation presented and affirm the audiences knowledge of the topic. Each of these sarsens was about 13 ft high, 7 ft wide and weighed around 25 tons. So many hippies :tinfoil: You've been there? These changes suggest that Stonehenge was really not much more than a Neolithic necropolis at this time.