Banished to a watery grave

 作者:端雇蜚     |      日期:2019-03-07 05:15:20
By Joanna Marchant THE ancient timber circle known as Seahenge could disintegrate if it is reburied as planned, says a British archaeologist. His warning comes as conservators, pagan religious leaders and local people debate what to do with the prehistoric remains that survived 4000 years in the sands off Norfolk on England’s east coast. Seahenge, which dates from 2050 BC, recently emerged on the beach near the village of Holme-next-the-Sea. Shifting sands had gradually revealed a large upside-down oak stump surrounded by a ring of 55 timber posts. The site is thought to have been a pagan place of worship,