Stonehenge lecture at the Guildhall, Salisbury

If you live in and around the Salisbury area, then get along to a lecture by Prof Mike Parker Pearson of UCL. The lecture is on Tuesday 13 November 2012 and will present new findings by the ‘Feeding Stonehenge’ project about the people who built Stonehenge, and about the sources of its stones in Wales and north Wiltshire. It will examine the latest theories about when and why Stonehenge was built, and will present new discoveries from Wales as well as the Stonehenge area.

Prof. Parker Pearson is a co-director of the Stonehenge Riverside Project and author of Stonehenge: exploring the greatest Stone Age mystery, published by Simon & Schuster this year.

Members of the Stonehenge Riverside Project visit Stonehenge – seen here are co-directors Josh Pollard, Mike Parker Pearson, Colin Richards and Julian Thomas

Further details can be found at the Salisbury & South Wilts Museum website:

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