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Stonehenge And Neighbouring Monuments

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Paperback, 36 pages
Published by English Heritage (first published 1959)
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Thom Foolery
Excellent souvenir of Stonehenge with good photos (better than any I took, for sure), clear illustrations, and fascinating historical and archaeological information. Covers other nearby sites on the Salisbury Plain.
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A beautflly set-out visitors' guide to what may well be the world's oldest extant human structure.
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Richard John Copland Atkinson CBE (22 January 1920 – 10 October 1994[1]) was a British prehistorian and archaeologist.

He was born in Evershot, Dorset and went to Sherborne School and then Magdalen College, Oxford, reading PPE. During the Second World War his Quaker beliefs meant that he was a conscientious objector; in 1944 he became Assistant Keeper of Archaeology at the Ashmolean Museum. He also
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