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Re: Myths, truths and theories - Stonehenge
Sep 05, 2010, 08:55
megadread wrote:
GLADMAN wrote:
but bearing in mind the uniqueness of the site and that something seriously important was obviously going on at Stonehenge, why would there appear to have been no attempt at imitation - even on the most basic scale - anywhere else? Other ideas seem to have caught on pretty fast..

Maybe it was one last attempt to save a dying "religion", or a way of life.
I guess we'll never know.

Well, I have suggested that it was a folly. Just think about it -- you know it makes sense:

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