SEAHENGE NORFOLK UK (2 images)

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Seahenge is a Bronze Age monument discovered in 1998 just off the coast of the English county of Norfolk at Holme-next-the-Sea. The site consisted of an outer ring comprising fifty-five small split oak trunks forming a roughly circular enclosure around 7 m by 6 m

It is possible to date the creation of Seahenge very accurately through dendrochronology the date of felling the oaks was found to have been in the spring or summer of 2049 BC. The upturned central tree stump was 167...
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