Interior of Reconstructed Neolithic (New Stone Age) House, Stonehenge, Wiltshire
This photo shows the inside of one of the reconstructed Neolithic houses at Stonehenge. In it you can see the central hearth or fireplace. To the left is a bed made of two long pieces of split tree trunk, with smaller branches laid across them, like slats. This is then covered with animal skins. To the right is a set of wooden shelves used for storing objects such as pots, knives, axes, wooded bowls, pottery, woven baskets and leather bags. On the walls are an animal skin cloak, a quiver of arrows and some pieces of fabric.