Darvill, T., 2008. Timewatch, Stonehenge. Television. BBC2. 27 September 2008. 20.05-21.00.
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Around two years ago Timewatch set out to investigate a radical new theory that Stonehenge, far from being a place of burial as is commonly assumed, was in fact a place of healing - a Bronze Age Lourdes. The journey took in forensic testing of bones excavated over the past decades, and hard-won permission for the first dig in 50 years at the Henge, watched live on line by millions of viewers around the world. Does the theory of the healing stones bear up to modern day forensic science?
|Edition:||Saturday 27 September 2008|
|Subjects:||History > Archaeology|
|Group:||School of Applied Sciences > Centre for Archaeology, Anthropology and Heritage|
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