Stanenges, where stones of wonderful size have been erected after the manner of doorways, so that doorway appears to have been raised upon doorway; and no one can conceive how much great stones have been so raised aloft, or why they were built there." These are the words of Henry of Huntingdon, the first words ever recorded in history pertaining to the marvel known as Stonehenge (Chippindale 20). The features, theories, and uses of this ancient marvel and wonder of he world are not only numerous, but also intriguing.
Stonehenge, a word with Saxon-origin meaning "hanging stones", is loca…
- Jeffersonians and the Federalists.
- Short report on the Ratification Debate. Federalists/Anti-Federalists. 581 words.
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