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Once part of a large culture of stone circles, Stonehenge—built around 3000 B.C. and developed over the next 1,500 years—is the most famous. The remains of a once-wealthy and evidently learned tribal community, it reflects the apparently disparate subjects of archaeology, astronomy, metrology, sacred geometry, and even shamanism. How were eclipses predicted at Stonehenge? ...more
Hardcover, 64 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Walker & Company (first published January 1st 2000)
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Intressant historiamässigt med alla fakta men still större delen väldig flummig med alla nummer och riktningar, säkert finns det någon sanning i det men han drar lite väl osannolika slutsatser i boken.
I am so fascinated by Stonehenge, always have been, and this book made me even more so. Very quick read, not much detail, but it has some very interesting factoids. Totally an appetite-whetter, and now I wanna learn all about it.
A short introduction to Stonehenge with some nice antiquarian woodcuts. Well written in the main but full of new age mumbo jumbo about the astrological uses of the monument.
Very thoughtful, but I expected a more historical reference on the origins of Stonehenge. Heath's account was too focused on the astrological significance for my taste.
This is a brief look at Stonehenge. Not a whole lot to this little book, but can be used as an introduction to the subject.
Very cool little book about Stonehenge. Interesting theories about the history!
super tiny, great woodcuts, very fun!
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Robin Heath has a science degree, and has written several books based on research into the astronomy and architecture of megalithic sites. Sun, Moon & Earth and the best selling Stonehenge are published by Wooden Books and Walker & Co, NY. A recent book, The Measure of Albion, co-written with John Michell, looks at the evidence for ancient wisdom in prehistoric Britain. Robin undertakes g ...more
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