Woodhenge
Bronze Age Henge and Timber Circle
North of Amesbury, Wiltshire  OS Map Ref SU15064337
OS Maps - Landranger 184 (Salisbury & The Plain), Explorer 130 (Salisbury & Stonehenge)




Click and drag your mouse in the picture to scroll around Woodhenge. The concrete pillars mark the location of post holes excavated by Maud and Howard Cunnington in the 1920's that would originally have held large timber posts and standing stones. The initial view is towards the north where the banks of Durrington Walls can be seen on the near horizon (arrow points north).

Main Woodhenge page.
Durrington Walls page.

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