1. Solving Stonehenge... The New Key to an Ancient Enigma

A fascinating, newly published work by Tony Johnson.

Anthony Johnson is an archaeologist specializing
in geophysics, survey and computer applications in archaeology. He is also a part time tutor at the University of Oxford.

He was first introduced to Stonehenge in the 1970s by Professor Richard Atkinson while studying at University College Cardiff.

''A splendid piece of work. Tony Johnson writes with enthusiasm and great clarity: this is indeed a major step forward in solving the puzzle of Stonehenge, as well as being a very readable and exciting book''.
Emeritus Professor of European Archaeology at the University of Oxford:
author of 'The Ancient Celts' and
'Europe Between the Oceans'

''A welcome return to the mysteries surrounding the stone circles at this most iconic of monuments. This provocative book adds a new dimension to recent studies of the surrounding landscape and the controversies that have endured for generations''.
Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Santa Barbara:
author of  'The Great Warming'
and 'The Little Ice Age'
288 pages
135 illustrations, 35 in colour
Read it for yourself before you visit Stonehenge