Paul D. Burley's Stonehenge: As Above, So Below is a game changer. This book identifies the original design and purpose of the Stonehenge Ritual Landscape....
|Title||:||Stonehenge: As Above, So Below|
|Number of Pages||:||250 Pages|
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Stonehenge: As Above, So Below Reviews
A very well-researched book. Burley has learned well from those who came before him. This book is rather technical (yet revelatory!), and assumes a certain familiarity of Stonehenge, and the surrounding area, especially Salisbury Plain. It would be good to read such a primer on Stonehenge first. All in all, a good book which brings a new and powerful argument for the purposes of the monuments surrounding and including Stonehenge.
A very detailed book, featuring many topographical maps of the area, with lines between various items used by the people of the day. Also discusses the possibility of Stonehenge being aligned with the star system in the sky and graphs of that.