Archaeologists are still struggling to gather enough evidence before reaching the final conclusions about the location of the “Arthur Rock” in the United Kingdom. This construction is known for promoting the stone table that appears in the book. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeWriter CS Lewis.
Also known as the “Tomb of Herfordshire”, this monument was built in the Stone Age, around 3,700 BC, and is located on a hill outside the village of Torstone, England. This object appeared after the famous king Arthur removed a stone from his shoe, which magically turned into a large rock.
Archaeologists at the University of Manchester in the UK and Cardiff University in Wales from 2011 to 2019 examined the construction, which may have been linked to two tombs known as the “Hallways of the Dead”, which were built about 6 years ago. By researchers on the Torstone slope in 2013.
In addition, the monument at the beginning was covered with plants and it had standing posts. However, researchers found that the pillars rotted and the building collapsed over time.
The structure, which faces Mount Torstone, was later rebuilt and later pointed to an area between Scrit Hill and Carvey Hill. Evidence of two stages of construction included three mounds of large rocks that were built on top of a large wooden building and deliberately burned, the researchers said.
Archaeologist Julian Thomas, one of the project’s directors, says the site may have been the site of an “integrated Stone Age ritual.” “Although Arthur’s Stone is a large megalithic monument of international importance, its origins are not yet clear. Release.
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