Carvings and graffiti on trilithon stone 57 which fell along with its companion stone 58 and lintel 158 on 3 January 1797. This trilithon was re-erected by Atkinson's team in 1958. Most of the graffiti was carved after the stones had fallen

Date:
1 Jan 1953
Location:
Stonehenge, Amesbury, Stonehenge Down, Wiltshire
Reference:
P51599
Type:
Photograph (Print)
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Description

Excavations

Content

This is part of the Series: ATK01/01 R J Atkinson photographs; within the Collection: ATK01 Atkinson, R J

Rights

© Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

People & Organisations

Donor: Trust For Wessex Archaeology

Photographer: Atkinson, R J

Holder of Original Archive: Trust For Wessex Archaeology

Keywords

Early Bronze Age Henge, Neolithic Henge, Victorian Carved Stone, Early Bronze Age Stone Circle, Archaeology, Art And Design