Longbarrow, Wiltshire

I worked with a team of stonemasons re-creating a Neolithic longbarrow, the first of it’s kind to be built in over 5,000 years. This was an amazing opportunity, especially as it combined my profession with my other main interest which is the study of prehistory. Huge sarsen stones from the local area were used for the façade, smaller sarsens for the entrance and honey coloured limestone for the internal chambers. For more information and pictures please go to www.thelongbarrow.com

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