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Re: Prehistoric Geometry in Britain: Tom Brooks
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nigelswift wrote:
But do we know the legs were removed before they died, not after?
And why the right one?

You can only process around a henge clockwise: removing the right leg makes them turn right when the try to move.

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Posted by FourWinds
17th September 2009ce

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