Butterflies and Barrows in the Stonehenge Landscape

Take a look at what the future holds following yesterday’s announcement of a long bored road tunnel for the A303 in the Stonehenge landscape  .

A tranquil future for the Stonehenge Landscape

A tranquil future for the Stonehenge Landscape

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About Dr Nick

Dr Nick Snashall is Archaeologist for Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. She is fascinated by prehistoric stones, large and small, and their potential for unlocking the secrets of our past. Nick is co-director of Between the Monuments (a research project investigating landscapes of residence between the 4th and 2nd millennia BC in the Avebury region) and Ground -Truthing Stonehenge’s ‘Superhenge’ (excavations at Durrington Walls) .

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