New research by Fyfield ( Village near Eastleach) landscape architect, Sarah Ewbank, using previously overlooked evidence from stone positions, has established Stonehenge was a majestic building with a huge trussed roof.
This claim is supported by nine points of evidence.
Sarah has reproduced an original plan used to locate the central stone trilithons. She’s calculated Stonehenge’s bronze-age unit of measurement as 1.037 metres, about a pace, and named it a ‘baunt’, bronze-age unit.
Sarah say’s ‘Fortunately enough clues exist to unlock Stonehenge’s mystery. The building’s brilliant design included a lofty, oval hall overlooked by galleries, a full-circle outer walk-way and a ceremonial entrance’. She believes the building was multi-purpose, used as both a temple and venue, and may have been heated.