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stone circles: Large stones (menhirs) arranged to form a rough or precise ring; these often date back thousands of years to the neolithic period. Famous examples in England include Avebury and Stonehenge.

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Druidical Circle near Keswick in cumberland.  From the Druidical Antiquities Plate.
1.—Ground Plan of Stonehenge in its present state.
2.—Stonehenge. – Restored Plan.
3.—Stonehenge. – Perspective Elevation, restored.
4.—Stonehenge: section 1 to 2 (Restored Plan, Fig. 2), 105 feet.
7.—Druidical Circle at Darab
8.—Druidical Stone in Persia.
9.—Druidical Circle of Jersey
18.—Various Barrows
20.—Varieties of Druid Barrow
25.—General View of Abury Restored.
26.—Abury Plan and Section
27.—Abury.  Extended Plan.
28.—Abury.  Bird’s eye view, from the South.
32.—Silbury Hill, in Wiltshire
34.—Stones at Stanton Drew
192.—Arms and Costume of Danish Warriors
Stone Henge in Wiltshire, wallpaper version
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