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AWIB-ISAW: Stonehenge (III)

Stonehenge, a Bronze Age monolith located in Wiltshire County, England. by Sarah Ferguson (2007)

copyright: 2007 Sarah Ferguson (used with permission)

photographed place: (Stonehenge) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/509089189]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].

AWIB-ISAW: Stonehenge (II)

Stonehenge, a Bronze Age monolith located in Wiltshire County, England. by Sarah Ferguson (2007)

copyright: 2007 Sarah Ferguson (used with permission)

photographed place: (Stonehenge) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/509089189]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].

AWIB-ISAW: Stonehenge (VIII)

Stonehenge, a Bronze Age monolith located in Wiltshire County, England, viewed from the Heelstone. The Heelstone is a rough, 16-foot-tall stone lying just outside the main entrance to the henge. Standing within Stonehenge on the summer solstice, facing towards the Heelstone in the northeast, the sun can be seen rising above the stone. by Sarah Ferguson (2007)

copyright: 2007 Sarah Ferguson (used with permission)

photographed place: (Stonehenge) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/509089189]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].

AWIB-ISAW: Stonehenge (VII)

Stonehenge, a Bronze Age monolith located in Wiltshire County, England, viewed from the Heelstone. The Heelstone is a rough, 16-foot-tall stone lying just outside the main entrance to the henge. Standing within Stonehenge on the summer solstice, facing towards the Heelstone in the northeast, the sun can be seen rising above the stone. by Sarah Ferguson (2007)

copyright: 2007 Sarah Ferguson (used with permission)

photographed place: (Stonehenge) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/509089189]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].

AWIB-ISAW: Stonehenge (VI)

Stonehenge, a Bronze Age monolith located in Wiltshire County, England, viewed from the Heelstone. The Heelstone is a rough, 16-foot-tall stone lying just outside the main entrance to the henge. Standing within Stonehenge on the summer solstice, facing towards the Heelstone in the northeast, the sun can be seen rising above the stone. by Sarah Ferguson

copyright: Sarah Ferguson (used with permission)

photographed place: (Stonehenge) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/509089189]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].

AWIB-ISAW: Stonehenge (V)

Stonehenge, a Bronze Age monolith located in Wiltshire County, England. by Sarah Ferguson (2007)

copyright: 2007 Sarah Ferguson (used with permission)

photographed place: (Stonehenge) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/509089189]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].

AWIB-ISAW: Stonehenge (IV)

Stonehenge, a Bronze Age monolith located in Wiltshire County, England. by Sarah Ferguson

copyright: Sarah Ferguson (used with permission)

photographed place: (Stonehenge) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/509089189]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].

AWIB-ISAW: Stonehenge (I)

Stonehenge, a Bronze Age monolith located in Wiltshire County, England. by Sarah Ferguson (2007)

copyright: 2007 Sarah Ferguson (used with permission)

photographed place: (Stonehenge) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/509089189]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].