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Re: Similarities elsewhere?
Apr 02, 2013, 19:04
The 1824 report says the capstone was resting on 5 uprights, so presumably the backstone (whether original or not) was one of them.

It still seems that the current set-up could be reached by shifts and falls over millennia (partly while under cover/semi-cover of a mound). Then you don't need a theory of major re-arrangement to get the shape we have now.
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