Stonehenge – Stunning Large Stone
Stonehenge – This has never been and may never be found is that the idea behind the strange hole search. This hole is named “Aubrey holes” and inexplicably strange after excavation, the area was abandoned for a thousand years later when something more strange things happen.
The holes were dug, determined to be filled with large stones weighing a little over 4 tons to form Stonehenge. To make things the most interesting person with a brilliant idea to decide that the stones were brought from the Preseli mountains in Wales about 240 miles from Amesbury.
It is generally accepted that the stones were transported along the south coast of Wales in large rolls and put Warminster at the moment, they are lifted and loaded onto barges which have river Wyle Salisbury today after that somehow again transported to a place of rest now. There are a total of 82 stones of Stonehenge taken 240 miles away to rest here in a double circle is not complete. Considering that they have brought to the raft, you can safely assume there are more rocks in the river that fell during the crash.
What is the idea that a group of people went to make a prehistoric Stonehenge, which seems to have no effect? The best explanation scientists can now give is that it could be some kind of religious ceremony, and this idea, of course, does not take Einstein to think about. Because the people who make this impossible feat is not written, do not leave the rollers or stone carving that can get an idea about the purpose of Stonehenge.
Stonehenge Riverside Project head Mike Pearson gives another plausible explanation, and the idea is that Stonehenge is a world of the dead, while Durrington is for life. There are others who believe that Stonehenge was built for curative purposes.
Overtime, Stonehenge and proud to eat a lot of great people, such as Henry VIII, who gave the Earl of Hertford Amesbury area and continue to change hands after he finally landed with Cecil Chubb bought at auction for £ 6,600 and given a piece of land where Stonehenge is a nation after the First World War
There are many objections to enhance human development in the area of Stonehenge, such as building an airport in the First World War and a way to connect. There are also some buildings that have sprung up around this place, and in response to the call to save Stonehenge human occupation, given to the National Trust for the care and conservation. It is coveted as one of the 7 wonders of the UK.
Originally posted 2014-04-08 14:49:01.