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Re: Stonehenge is second hand
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I'm disappointed to have to read 'the probable date for the extraction from the recess' and then realise the dates come from the Neolithic occupation layer.
It's disingenuous, at best.
Whilst I obviously love the subject, appreciate the effort, experience and passion of the archaeologists involved, and I excitedly consume the reports and enjoy the discussion, I could do with a great deal more objectivity from those involved to help me, the lowly punter, really understand why two small blocks under a large recumbent near a rock face are any indication of removal of that rock for potential transport to SH.
There is a lot of mist, shall we say.

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Evergreen Dazed
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8th December 2015ce

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