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Stonehenge in Context: From Modern Myth to Ancient History (2002)    

Number: 314

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Country: Classics, 51 minutes

Spoken Languages: English

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Medium: Original DVD,

Plot Outline: Using 3-D computer re-creations of Stonehenge during its three phases of construction, archival film and photos of archaeological excavations, and artwork, this program traces the long history of Britain’s most famous Neolithic landmark. Archaeologists Geoffrey Wainwright, Dave Batchelor, and Gillian Swanton and authors Rosamund Cleal, Clive Ruggles, Christopher Chippindale, and Mike Pitts consider the many theories posited over the centuries, summarily debunking some and conservatively praising others. Remarkable footage of a recent attempt to build a similar monument using ancient human-powered methods is included.

Loaned: No

Aspect ratio: Unknown

Apr 26, 2017