Hawkins, Gerald S., "Beyond Stonehenge" HÄFTAD

Stonehenge stands vast and sullen on Salisbury Plain, as isolated and unfathomable as the genius of its builders. Its mystery has baffled man for hundreds of years. Few theories of the origin of Stonehenge have caused more controversy than that advanced by Gerald Hawkins. The huge stones, he claims, were no less than a neolithic computer - an astonishingly accurate observatory used by prehistoric man to predict the movements of the moon and stars.

Häftad, rikligt ill., 319 sid., Arrow Books 1977. Mkt fint skick/nyskick, ENDAST 1 EX!

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