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Posted April 11, 2013
I am a high school sophomore student who had to do a research pr
I am a high school sophomore student who had to do a research project on Stonehenge. Solving StonehengeWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
is a great book that shows diagrams as well sketches of the monument. It is very detailed explains the theories
behind Stonehenge as well as how it was constructed in over hundreds of years. Johnson talks about the
significance of the Neolithic surveyors plan to have the horseshoe arrangement of the trilithons at the heart
of the monument surrounded by the Sarsen circle, Aubrey holes, and station stone. Johnson as well explains
the geometry of the monument and the way they made the stones all leveled. It doesn't only tell us about
Stonehenge it self but also places thats surrounded I like how Johnson tells his opinion as a archeological
surveyor and also has other researcher views of the monument from people that actually have been there and
done lots of history behind this monument. I also like how many of the instruments that were used in
Stonehenge are still used today. Anyone would enjoy this book if they are interested in history as well as math.