Stonehenge Decoded


National Geographic: Stonehenge Decoded
English|60:00|720×480|PAL (25fps)| DivX|MP3|128kbps|1.0 GB

Journey back 4,500 years to unlock the secrets of the world’s most enduring archaeological mystery—Stonehenge. Stonehenge Decoded presents world-renowned archaeologists as they reveal a revolutionary new theory about who built Stonehenge and why. Thanks to a recent discovery of a lost city just two miles from the famous stone circle, our understanding of this era is now transformed.

Featuring intriguing interviews, reconstructions and narration by Donald Sutherland, this National Geographic documentary presents new evidence and a groundbreaking theory about the origin and purpose of the enigmatic Stonehenge. The finding of a lost city near the prehistoric structure has led an archaeological team headed by Prof. Mike Parker Pearson to posit that Stonehenge was the nucleus of one of the world’s biggest religious centers.This National Geographic documentary attempts to trace the origins of the world famous Stonehenge. The filmmakers utilize special effects in order to reconstruct the building of the structures, and to show how they most likely looked at the tine of their completion. Historians analyze who built Stonehenge, and for what purpose.

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