kbs2244 wrote:Are there enough stones to go around the whole rim?
Simon21 wrote:A lot of Stonehenge has been excavated and reexcavated. It may be the outer rim was complete but it is difficult to be sure as no one knows what it was for. It may not have been meant to be "finished" as we understand it
Simon21 wrote:The recorded excavations have been quite intensive (of course there may have been more unrecorded) and there is the question whether any more is likely to be revealed given the disturbance that is likely to result. Geophysical surveys did not reveal any clear signs of holes in the sarsen circle. Not knowing what it was for, there is a tendency to assume that it must have been complete as a structure. It may never have been.
That is not to say that is the end of the matter of course.
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