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Readers of Antiquity will, I hope, excuse me for opening this editorial with yet another reference to Stonehenge. From the very first issue back in March 1927, a Stonehenge vignette has been the Antiquity logo, and Stonehenge also featured in the original editorial and within the contents of the journal itself. Colonel Hawley had completed his extensive excavations only the year before, new work was under way at neighbouring Woodhenge (Antiquity 1: 92–95) and attention was turning to its neglected but much larger neighbour, Durrington Walls (Antiquity 3: 49–59). Antiquity was founded four years too late, however, to report the news that the sources of the famous bluestones had at last been found.

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1 Cunnington M.E. 1927. Prehistoric timber circles. Antiquity 1: 9295 .

2 Crawford O.G.S. 1929. Durrington Walls. Antiquity 3: 4959 .

3 Thorpe R.S. & Williams-Thorpe O.. 1991. The myth of long-distance megalith transport. Antiquity 65: 6473 .

4 HE and me. Times Higher Education 17 September 2015. Available at: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/people/interview-chris-naunton (accessed 6 October 2015).

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