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The Stonehenge People: An Exploration of Life in Neolithic Britain… (1987)

by Rodney Castleden

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"The book is chock full of fascinating pictures and drawings. All told, a great read and browse for the curious."
-"SSC Booknews
"This richly illustrated book will give the reader profound insight into the mysteries and daily life of the ancient inhabitants of Britain."
-"New Humanity
." . . his view of the shape and quality of land gives an extra dimension to what has been learned about . . . prehistoric populations . . . . well argued and consistent."
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Rodney Castleden presents an illuminating and convincing interpretation of Stonhenge's cultural context and historical meaning.

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Rodney Castleden presents an illuminating and convincing interpretation of Stonhenge's cultural context and historical meaning.

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