|aIf stones could speak |bunlocking the secrets of Stonehenge |cby Marc Aronson with the generous cooperation of Mike Parker Pearson and the Riverside Project.
|aUnlocking the secrets of Stonehenge
|aWashington, D.C. |bNational Geographic|c2010.
|a64 p. |bill. (chiefly col.), col. maps |c29 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 64).
|aThe secret of Stonehenge -- A tour around Stonehenge -- The making of an archaelogist -- The man from Madagascar -- The question -- Mike's decision -- The lost village -- The alignment, and the mistake -- The story we can now tell -- Epilogue: Seeing Stonehenge -- Appendices: Encyclopedia of Stonehenge -- The ever-changing timeline of Stonehenge -- Suggestions for further reading.
|aExplores the mysterious monument of Stonehenge and reveals some of its secrets and history.
Documents the findings of a renowned archaeologist in the wider region surrounding Stonehenge, revealing how his team has revolutionized the understanding of Stonehenge and its historical purpose, in a lavishly photographed account that also traces their discovery of a Neolithic village.