Friday, February 19, 2016
The Stonehenge History Map
Historic England's 2002 National Mapping Project of Stonehenge added another 539 important archaeological sites around Stonehenge. About thirty percent of the newly discovered sites were prehistoric or Roman in date. These included ring ditches, field systems, round barrows and enclosures of various forms dating from prehistory.
You can now explore and download research reports from the Stonehenge NMP for 39 of the most important new historic sites discovered around Stonehenge, The Stonehenge World Heritage Site Landscape Map allows you to view aerial imagery of these 39 NMP listed sites, learn more about each site and download each site's report.
All 39 sites can be navigated to from the map sidebar or by clicking on the numbered markers on the map. When you select a site from the sidebar or map, the map zooms to show the listed site and information for the site is displayed in the map side panel. A link to download the individual site's NMP report is also provided in the map side panel.
If you want to learn more about the National Mapping Project of Stonehenge you can download the Survey Report.