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Greatest Britons: William Stukeley I – GB 081522

Sven Longshanks and Max Musson discuss the archaeologist and historian who popularised Britain’s stone circles and megalithic monuments.

William Stukeley was the first to really draw the public’s attention to Stonehenge and Avebury, he measured them, drew them and used classical texts to theorise on who built them.

For 15 years Stukeley travelled every summer by horseback cataloguing our ancient megaliths and researching the pre-Christian traditions surrounding them.

He put forward Phoenician origins for the British and saw them as a chosen race, destined to bring Christianity and civilisation to the world.

He found links between Druidry and many of the world’s ancient religions and saw our stone circles as representative of the natural world and the order of the universe.

Presented by Sven Longshanks and Max Musson

Greatest Britons: William Stukeley I – GB 081522


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