Originally Posted by Menigal
That would be Mike Parker-Pearson talking about Durrington Walls, a site just up the river. He's got the idea that Stonehenge was a place of the dead, while Durrington was a place to live. I've got friends who worked on that dig and, uh, consider some of his evidence a bit stretched, but it's as good a theory as any of them. Essentially, every academic prehistorian has their own pet theory and tends to ignore the others.