Shurely the preservation of either Stone relies upon some feedback......
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Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Heritage & carbon emissions
> Good morning,
> > a very good question! But you are looking too far
> > back (anyway my perception
> > is that it was only a few of the rich that had the
> > time and the money). But
> > let's be realistic.
> This seems to me a very good question. How many
> people did visit Stonehenge when it was in use as a
> ritual center (at any stage)? Is there anyway to
When people have to go, they have to go, and occasionally there must be the
odd gallstone. So, I would assume the number of visitors is proportional to
the number of Gallstones (if they are preserved).