About the Author
Susan Greaney BA MSc (Oxon) is an archaeologist and prehistorian working in the English Heritage Properties Research team.
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The earliest field systems and associated settlements, for example, at Winterbourne Stoke crossroads, date from this period. See J Richards, The Stonehenge Environs Project (London, 1990), 208–10.
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For a fantastic series of photographs of this work see J Richards, Stonehenge: A History in Photographs (English Heritage, London, 2004).
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