Stonehenge from the air
An article describing the discovery made through aerial photography of a section of the Stonehenge Avenue, 200 years after its original discovery by William Stukeley in 1723. The main photograph shows the Stonehenge circle to the lower left , with the newly found section of avenue curving away to the right of the copse in the centre of the photograph. The article accompanying the illustrations is by Mr O.G.S. Crawford of the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton Date: 1923
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Plan and elevation of Stonehenge, Wiltshire
Plan and elevation of Stonehenge, Wiltshire.. Ancient stone circle at Stonehenge, Wiltshire, with original plan and elevation, and ruins as of 1816. Copperplate engraving by W. Lowry after an Illustration by J. Britton from Abraham Rees' -Cyclopedia or Universal Dictionary,- London, 1816.
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1816, Abrahamrees, Ancient, Copperplate, Cyclopedia, Druids, Elevation, Engraving, Historical, History, Plan, Ruins, Sciencesandliterature, Stonecircle, Stonehenge, Universaldictionaryofarts, Wiltshire