Stonehenge: The Story Of A Sacred Landscape
- Society & Culture, General Interest , Science and Nature, The Ancient World
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A megalithic mystery
Perched on the chalk uplands of Salisbury Plain, the megaliths of Stonehenge are the world’s most iconic and enigmatic ancient structure. This illustrated account reveals Stonehenge as never before through a rich trove of images, including historical and full-color contemporary photos of the site from all vantage points; illustrations of the monuments as they have been seen through the ages; maps that detail the placement of the stones as well as the surrounding region; and artworks that set Stonehenge in a wider cultural context.
This opulent visual tour offers acute insight into how archaeologists, antiquarians, scholars, writers, artists, and even neopagans have interpreted this enigmatic monument over the centuries.
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|Release Date:||February 6, 2018|