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Stonehenge at Sunset  

 

For reasons we shall never know, this particular spot in the landscape was so important that not only were ditches and banks dug and, later, stone circles and horseshoe arrangements constructed to mark it, but that some of the stones were deliberately transported there with considerable effort from a great distance away. Contrary to expectations, the great stone circles and horseshoe arrangements for which Stonehenge is famous are later additions to the monument (mostly stonehenge III) and are not essential to the lunar and solar calculations.

Kemo D. (a.k.a. no.7)

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