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Standing Stone Gardom's Edge

Page history last edited by dan 8 years ago

 

 

Click images to see stone in 3D

Gardom's edge is a very interesting landscape containing many insights into landscape archaology and archaeo-astronomy. It is located near Baslow in the National Peak Park District. It contains a single standing stone linked to a nearby Stone Age monument, which is proposed to be a seasonal sundial.

 

Find out more:

 

Seasonal movement of the Sun

 

Gardom's Edge

 

Surveying a 3D object

 

Making the case for an astronomical alignment

 

Visibility of other features

 

 

 

Natty talking about the 3D surveying project

 

Richard talking about the 3D surveying project

 

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