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Slightly off topic but still Rockhenge:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-29911447

On 11/3/14, Orion <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Peter,
>
> It is not certain that there is a culvert.  The hypothesis predicts a
> culvert.  It has yet to be shown that a culvert or some other means of the
> water flowing past the 12' wide south causeway exists.  At best a culvert
> would likely be a bored hole through the causeway, certainly not anything
> like the Roman culverts in the article you refer to.  It is one of several
> conditions (like a water source) that need to be verified.
>
> Orion
>
>
> At 03:43 PM 11/3/2014 +0000, you wrote:
>>Does anyone know how the culvert at Stonehenge is built?
>>
>>Some Roman looking culverts are discussed at
>>
>>http://alsystems.algroup.co.uk/archaeology/culverts/culverts_ok3.pdf
>>
>>Peter Laurie
>>>
>>>    So, I thought it worth trying to find out whether there might be
>>>    anything that could tie in with Orions evidence of water in the
>>> ditches.
>>>
>>
>>
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