Durrington Walls

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Durrington Walls (Angliae meridianae physica)
Durrington Walls
Durrington Walls
Situs in Anglia meridiana

Durrington Walls est locus archaeologicus aevi Neolithici in comitatu Wiltonia Angliae occidentalis situs. Ibi vestigia habitationum humanarum circulique sacri reperta sunt. Locus a circulo megalithico Stonehenge fere 1.5 chm. distat. Homines, qui ad Stonehenge aedificandum convenerunt, apud Durrington Walls moravisse censentur. Sues porcellosque satis multos hieme ibi comedebant

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "Durrington" in Victoria History of the Counties of England (Londinii, 1901- ~) Wiltshire vol. 15 pp. 93-105
  • J. F. S. Stone, Stuart Piggott, A. S. J. Booth, "Durrington Walls, Wiltshire: recent excavations at a ceremonial site of the early second millennium BC" in Antiquaries Journal vol. 34 (1954) pp. 155–177
  • G. J. Wainwright, I. H. Longworth, Durrington Walls: excavations 1966–1968. Londinii: Society of Antiquaries, 1971
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Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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