Chapter 1 Journal Activity
The Entire Landscape
I believe that Stonehenge should be viewed, discussed, and studied in its entire landscape including all of the other sites surrounding it. These additional sites and the surrounding areas are relevant because they increase the opening into our portal to the time period to further understand how and why they were made. If we were to just look at Stonehenge and separate the surrounding areas we would block ourselves off to more research and discoveries. It is important to include as much relevant material as possible in any study, and in specific to a study into a site from over 5,000 years ago.