Stonehenge 5

Stonehenge 5 - Architectural Features of Significance 1....

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Architectural Features of Significance 1. Altar Stone- this was placed at the apex of the inner bluestone horseshoe. It is self explanatory but not everybody believes that there is significance. 2. Alignments- refer to the sections about each one of the phases and the provided diagrams. 3. Aubrey Holes- refer to phase 1. 4. Avenue- refer back to each of the phases. 5. Avon River- this river is to the east about 1.5 miles and the Avenue connects to Stonehenge. 6. “Hanging Stones”- these are the lintels that connect at the top to form the trilithons. 7. Bluestones Circle/ Horseshoes- refer to phase 3. 8. Mortise and Tenon joinery- refer to phase 3. 9. Heel Stone- refer to phase 3. 10. Post and Lintel Structure- the design of the trilithons. 11. Slaughter Stone- refer to phase 3. 12. Tongue and Groove joinery- refer to phase 3. 13. Station Stones- refer to phase 1. 14. Trilithon- refer to phase 3. 15. Y and Z holes
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course ANTH 123 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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