Parchmarks at Stonehenge, July 2013

  title={Parchmarks at Stonehenge, July 2013},
  author={Simon Banton and Mark Bowden and Tim M. Daw and Damian Grady and Sharon Soutar},
  pages={733 - 739}
Despite being one of the most intensively explored prehistoric monuments in western Europe, Stonehenge continues to hold surprises. The principal elements of the complex are well known: the outer bank and ditch, the sarsen circle capped by lintels, the smaller bluestone settings and the massive central trilithons. They represent the final phase of Stonehenge, the end product of a complicated sequence that is steadily being refined (most recently in Darvill et al. ‘Stonehenge remodelled… 
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