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I highly recommend this groundbreaking book to everyone interested in the science of Stonehenge.
The investigations were laid out in a beliveable and scientific manner so I have to make the assumption that the evidense is being reported correctly.
I have very much enjoyed reading Mike Parker Pearson's Stonehenge - A New Understanding: Solving the Mysteries of the Greatest Stone Age Monument.
A great read. I was impressed with how Parker Pearson could maintain an interesting, nearly impossible to put down, volume when discussing such a small geographic area. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Mark Bailey
The trouble with books today is finding time to read them.
Near 94; living alone; still do it all from, shopping,cooking, laundry, etcetera.
and On-line work.... Read more
I know every book out there promises to crack the mysteries of Stonehenge. This book actually does because the author just finished excavating around the whole area and really did... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Gayle Maurer
The reason I have given this a 5 star rating is that it was easily read and understandable. Other writings that I have read do not provide as much facts and findings. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Slick Willy
Stonehenge-A New Understanding: Solving the Mysteries of the Greatest Stone Age Monument
Mike Parker Pearson
This book is a must read for anyone with a greater than... Read more
I didn't like the National Geographic special about Pearson's research, but because I'm a long-time student of British prehistory, I decided to buy this book anyway. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Odyssey
Old. Stonehenge is old. It has something to do with Druids and astronomical calculations, and it's out in the middle of nowhere (aka Salisbury Plain. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mary Drew
I love this book, but then, I wanted to be an archeologist. For some
'average' readers, this may challenge their interest-level. Read more
If you watched the two TV documentaries on Stonehenge called "Stonehenge Decoded" (National Geographic Channel) and "Nova: Secrets of Stonehenge" (NOVA) and were intrigued and want... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lance M. Foster