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    A new Halloween and Stonehenge Theory

    A new Halloween and Stonehenge Theory ?
  2. R

    Stonehenge with a dome hat on

    Happy Summer Solstice everybody. I thought now would be a good time to propose the following theory in regard to Stonehenge. The idea is that a semi-spherical top, or similar, could have been placed upon the stones of Stonehenge. It may have been made out of a grid type pattern (perhaps like...
  3. S

    Phoenicia "stonehenge"

    PHOENICIA “STONEHENGE” BY SUHAIL JALBOUT Did the Phoenicians discover the New World thousands of years ago? A question that is still open for debate. All the theories that were presented to date do not give a firm proof of their visit to...
  4. R

    A Website on Australia's Stonehenge.

    Hello. There is now a website that details Australia's Stonehenge. "Amateur historian claims to have proof a mysterious rock formation hidden in the Australian bush holds clues to the origins of language." The Most Significant Sight in History?
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    What's it all about?
  6. Earl_of_Rochester

    Stonehenge researchers 'may have found largest Neolithic site'

    Stonehenge researchers 'may have found largest Neolithic site' - BBC News Stone monoliths found buried near Stonehenge could have been part of the largest Neolithic monument built in Britain, archaeologists believe. The 4,500-year-old stones, some...
  7. V

    Dating of Stonehenge?

    You've got a bunch of stones there, how do you date such a site? And what's the date set anyway?
  8. Moros

    Stonehenge - a monumental failure?

    I recently attended a lecture where it was suggested that Stonehenge was not only left unfinished, but that is was poorly built - not because of stupidity but because the builders exceeded their capacity to fulfill their project. They were using carpentry skills on stonework, on a monument that...
  9. Widdekind

    Stonehenge = calendar computer ?

    Gerald Hawkins proposed, that, by moving "markers" around the Stonehenge (SH) circuit of Aubrey Holes, including the 4 Station Stones, eclipses could be predicted. By inferring the existence, of ancient "markers", and (implicitly) "Druid" (wanting worthier words) priest-like persons moving...
  10. Phoenix Rising

    Stonehenge Bones Protests - is displaying bones a good idea?

    Interesting article in the news today regarding the new visitor's centre at Stonehenge. It seems that they are displaying 3 complete skeletons that have been unearthed there, along with all the data and other artefacts from the site. English Heritage had considered using replica bones, but they...
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    Who built Stonehenge Part - I

    Centuries ago , a visitor might have attributed Stonehenge’s construction to magical powers; a typical 12th century British legend asserted it was built” not by force but by Merlin’s Art”, and the site has been associated with Druid assemblies. More recently, its design has so impressed...
  12. Northern Line

    The Antiquity of Modern Europeans

    Recently, i've been getting into genetics to explain modern day populations. It appears that the general consensus now is that the Y blood haplogroup R1b is Copper Age in origin. R1b reaches levels of 80-90% in Western Ireland. The problem with this is it means that modern Irish/British people...
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    Stonehenge 1950 Image - Help Needed

    Hi, I'm researching a documentary and I have some images of Stonehenge and what is probably a solstice festival. However I know little to nothing about this - so am hoping that some of the learned ladies and gentlemen here may be able to enlighten me. What I'm wondering is: 1) Is this a real...
  14. Emperor Trajan

    Swedish "Stonehenge"?

    "A 5,500-year-old tomb possibly belonging to a Stone Age chieftain has been unearthed at a megalithic monument in the shape of a ship called the Ale's Stenar (Ale's Stones). The tomb, in Sweden, was likely robbed of stones to build the Viking-era ship monument" Read all of the article here...
  15. Emperor Trajan

    The mystery at Stonehenge

    Stonehenge is a structure in United Kingdom. No one knows who built it or what is was used for. I think the celtics used it for worship. What are your opinions on Stonehenge?
  16. Delphic

    Stonehenge on Google Earth.

    I've always had an interest in neolithic sites in my home country - perhaps because there's so little we know about how they were constructed and used. The most we know is how old they are - like Stonehenge, Avebury etc. There are so many theories on why Stonehenge was created. My own view is...
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    Stonehenge; An ancient auditorium?

    Its worth a quick read-over. What do you think?
  18. Naomasa298

    Tomb found at Stonehenge quarry site

    Oh well, if you can't beat 'em... BBC News - Tomb found at Stonehenge quarry site "The tomb for the original builders of Stonehenge could have been unearthed by an excavation at a site in Wales."
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    Druid leader King Arthur loses legal fight over Stonehenge remains

    High court refuses judicial review of decision to remove 5,000-year-old 'royal' remains from Stonehenge for analysis. Druid leader King Arthur loses legal fight over Stonehenge remains | Culture |
  20. cannelidis1

    America's Stonehenge Explore the Mysteries

    In this really ancient or was it built much later by colonist?? Meso American or Pilgrims???? Celts?? who know? America's Stonehenge If it is ancient then who built it??