Eternal stones: Stonehenge completed

  title={Eternal stones: Stonehenge completed},
  author={Alasdair Whittle},
  pages={463 - 465}
Looking back, there were three Ages. In the First Age, diverse Great Men came and observed, and some even dug in the ground. There were an Architect sent by the King, Antiquaries, a Rich Man, Painters, a Mining Geologist, and at the end a Colonel who Worked by Himself. Their accounts were scattered and brief. In the Second Age, Real Archaeologists visited several times, their excavations at the centre small but precise. They left one oracular text, but this was largely an Oral Tradition which… 

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