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Gainford Stone[750 x 563 JPG]
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|Description ||Gainford Stone exposed in Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle (photo taken on February 2013).|
| Better still, after I posted the comment on the close-up 104187 and interpreted it as the first two weeks of the month, this wider view 186 shows four sets of five, the four weeks of every month. On reflection I suggest the megalith clearly portrays a statement there are "four weeks of five days a month". You will recall sixteen months a year 365 days of the ancient Sun calendar. The earliest evidence of the ancient calendar I have found is Knowth mound 3500 BC, County Meath, Ireland. That system operated 3 1/2 K until the Romans arrived 2K ago bringing Christianity. |
| Again, that's some hat you have there.|
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