Stonehenge Links

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Archaeometry and Stonehenge
English Heritage provide a summary of the results of radiocarbon dating.

Jane Tomlinson’s Stonehenge and Avebury paintings
A collection of paintings of Stonehenge, Avebury and the Rollright stones by British artist Jane Tomlinson.
Save Stonehenge!
A campaign against upgrading the A303 road through the Stonehenge World Heritage Site, Wiltshire, England.
Secrets of Stonehenge
Bart Jordan explains connections between the 28 night lunar/menstrual cycles and 56 holes at Stonehenge.
Photographs of the monument by visitor Ron Spohn, part of Cyberranch.
Stonehenge Stone Circle
Complete guide to Stonehenge
Stonehenge by Night
Andy Burnham provides images of Stonehenge and details of stone circles and other prehistoric monuments threatened with development, and what you can do to help.
Stonehenge News
Stonehenge News is a resource for the history and current events surrounding the site.
What is Stonehenge?
Who built the Stonehenge megalith and why, has yet to be solved. Was it Merlin, the Druids, extraterrestrials? Is Stonehenge a doorway into the future?
HisTOURies UK – The Best Tours in History
Small company based in Salissbury offering quality guided tours of Stonehenge and Salisbury including ‘private access’ tours
Stonehenge free festival website – click here
Stonehenge has long held a fascination for the mystically inclined- and so it was only natural that those within the counterculture who believed that the ancients situated their sites at places containing special powers would want to hold a festival there.

The Stonehenge Tour Company

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3 responses

17 10 2010
Brian John

You may find these useful as links:

Nice site! I’ll add a link to it from my site as well…



26 03 2012

I don’t know if this link would be useful to your blog readers. It’s a project created between the Stonehenge Riverside Project, Bournemouth University and Google Earth.

It’s a Google Earth add-on application that lets you tour Stonehenge virtually with insights from recent archeological finds. You need to have Google Earth already installed on your computer, then download the Stonehenge app and open the folder in Google Earth. It’s a really fun tool.

13 10 2013

I hope you don’t mind me adding a link. There aren’t many Stonehenge novels out there, and I have tried to depict the people–their dress,weapons, houses etc as realistically as possible within the medium of fiction, as well as including recent archaeological finds such as those at Blick Mead (Vespasian’s camp) and Bluestonehenge.

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