Archaeology, History, Myth
Dating back to 3000 BC, Stonehenge is among the most famous and most enigmatic monuments of prehistoric Europe. Like the Great Pyramids of Giza, this wonder of the world has become a symbol of a culture and an epoch, and like the pyramids, Stonehenge has given rise to countless conjectures, theories, and speculations. In his informative and concise study, Bernhard Maier summarizes what we really know about Stonehenge, its builders and secrets, and how people have responded to it over time.
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