How to Read Stonehenge
A Guided Tour for the Discerning Visitor
© Colin Parker 

Colin Parker

The   author   is   an   historian   and   researcher   who   has   spent many    years    investigating    the    mystery    that    surrounds Britain’s most enigmatic and alluring monument. Colin’s   approach   is   unique   in   that   since   he   lives   locally   he has    been    able    to    make    countless    observations    of    the stones    at    key    times    of    the    day    and    year    in    order    to establish   how   the   stones   were   used.   His   work   has   also amassed    detailed    information    regarding    the    other    pre- historic   earthwork   feaures   in   the   surrounding   area,   and how they relate to Stonehenge. These    observations    and    the    meticulous    measurements and    calculations    that    he    has    made    have    informed    his intriguing account - ‘How to Read Stonehenge’. He    is    a    multi-disciplined    authority    on    the    monument, viewing   it   in   an   holistic   manner.   This   means   he   is   able   to explain    to    the    reader    its    significance    and    function    in archaelogical, astronomical and scientific terms. Colin’s   knowledge   of   the   stones   is   second   to   none,   and allied   to   this   book   he   conducts   fascinating   tours   of   the   site which   shed   new   light   on   one   of   the   world’s   most   famous ancient moments.

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How to Read Stonehenge
A Guided Tour for the Discerning Visitor
© Colin Parker

Colin Parker

The   author   is   an   historian   and   researcher   who   has   spent many   years   investigating   the   mystery   that   surrounds   Britain’s most enigmatic and alluring monument. Colin’s   approach   is   unique   in   that   since   he   lives   locally   he has   been   able   to   make   countless   observations   of   the   stones at   key   times   of   the   day   and   year   in   order   to   establish   how   the stones    were    used.    His    work    has    also    amassed    detailed information     regarding     the     other     pre-historic     earthwork feaures    in    the    surrounding    area,    and    how    they    relate    to Stonehenge. These   observations   and   the   meticulous   measurements   and calculations   that   he   has   made   have   informed   his   intriguing account - ‘How to Read Stonehenge’. He   is   a   multi-disciplined   authority   on   the   monument,   viewing it   in   an   holistic   manner.   This   means   he   is   able   to   explain   to the    reader    its    significance    and    function    in    archaelogical, astronomical and scientific terms. Colin’s   knowledge   of   the   stones   is   second   to   none,   and   allied to   this   book   he   conducts   fascinating   tours   of   the   site   which shed   new   light   on   one   of   the   world’s   most   famous   ancient moments.