Stonehenge: The Story of a Sacred Landscape

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Pegasus Books
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7.5 X 0.9 X 7.4 inches | 1.2 pounds
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About the Author

Francis Pryor is one of Britain's most distinguished archaeologists and the excavator of Flag Fen. He is the author of Home, Britain BC, Britain AD, Seahenge, and The Making of the British Landscape.


Designed with concision and splendid visual illustration [revealing] the past decade's worth of new discovery. Pryor is especially able in conveying the dynamism of prehistory.
This beautifully produced book brings us up to date with the latest in Stonehenge thinking. This splendid book is nearly as good as wandering among the stones themselves.
A masterful overview of the historical hotspot. Pryor's personable, authoritative prose is just what's needed to breathe life into a subject you might have thought long exhausted.
A beautifully written and illustrated book. A compelling picture of the forces that formed Stonehenge.
Accompanied by beautiful photographs and illustrations, the book takes us back in time to appreciate the complexity and spiritual significance of a 4,000-year-old monument.
Pryor has a way with words that somehow simplify complex data and make it interesting and intelligible for the general reader. This is undoubtedly a most enjoyable read.
Pryor's journalistic writing and vast knowledge make this a joy for historians and armchair archaeologists alike.
Eminent British archaeologist Pryor examines Stonehenge, the most famous of all ancient British landmarks, in a work that balances the scholarly and the popular. A visually appealing and intellectually stimulating addition to the popular understanding of Stonehenge.