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Old 06-12-2009, 04:48 AM   #1
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Old 06-12-2009, 06:49 AM   #2
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Old 06-12-2009, 08:31 AM   #3
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I can remember it being on the tv but I can't remember actually watching it.


so is there a point?
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Old 09-03-2013, 01:16 AM   #4
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Old 13-03-2013, 12:38 AM   #5
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Brilliant series I loved it when i was younger and now watch it with my daughter whos 11 she loves it too have it on dvd

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Old 13-03-2013, 01:11 AM   #6
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The series followed the adventures of astrophysicist Adam Brake and his young son Matthew after they arrive in the small village of Milbury, which is built in the midst of a megalithic stone circle....
Episodes

1. Into the Circle (TX: 10 January 1977)
2. Circle of Fear (TX: 17 January 1977)
3. Serpent in the Circle (TX: 24 January 1977)
4. Narrowing Circle (TX: 31 January 1977)
5. Charmed Circle (TX: 7 February 1977)
6. Squaring the Circle (TX: 14 February 1977)
7. Full Circle (TX: 21 February 1977)

The Stones of Avebury (Milbury in the serial)...

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Old 13-03-2013, 01:15 AM   #7
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Never heard of it, but it looks good!
Hope they have all the episodes on youtube.
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Old 13-03-2013, 01:19 AM   #8
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STONEHENGE CONSISTS OF...

(a) A circular earthwork, 300 feet in diameter.

(b) An avenue bounded by earthworks approaching it on the north-east.

(c) One large unworked Sarsen Stone, called the "Hele Stone" or "Friar's Heel."

(d) A recumbent slab within the earthwork called the "Slaughtering Stone."

(e) Two small unhewn Sarsens lying north-west and south-east of the Circle of Stones.

(f) A ring of hewn Sarsen stones with "imposts " or lintels mortised to them. The lintels are fitted together with toggle joints. Sixteen out of the original thirty uprights of these "Trilithons" are now standing.The diameter of this circle is about 108 feet, or that of the dome of St. Paul's.

(g) A ring of less perfectly hewn "Foreign Stones" which have been conveyed to the spot from Pembrokeshire.These numbered between thirty and forty. Only seven are standing to-day, nine are over-thrown.

(h) Five great Trilithons, arranged in a horse-shoe, with the opening to the north-east. These Trilithons rise gradually in height towards the south-west. The largest group of stones fell A.D. 1620. Those next to the great Trilithon on the north-west, fell on January 3rd, 1797.To-day only two of the Inner Trilithons are standing. One upright of the great Trilithon (raised and made secure in 1901) is erect.

(i) A horseshoe of less perfectly hewn Foreign Stones. Originally there were fifteen or more of these monoliths averaging eight feet high.

(j) A simple recumbent slab of micaceous sandstone called the "Altar Stone."


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