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|Description ||Two slightly different angles of the tallest of the two Cove stones at Avebury. This is supposed to be the 'phallic' one of the pair.|
On the left can also be seen Stone 201 which was once part of the Northern Inner Circle that surrounded the cove. [22.06.05]
|Has this stone got something in common with Stone 206, which was at the east of the circle surrounding the Cove? Both have the same curious cleft/indentation, but is it just natural, or man-made? (Pic of stone 206 posted same day).|
|Good old Avebury (with the emphasis upon the old!) I suppose we'll never know about the indentions you have observed.
I passed through here in '94, and this village and giant circle, was absolutely stunning. Excellent photography here, Angie, comparing the tallest of the 'phallic' stones.
Now, where did I leave Ethelwulf's big chopper....?|
|Ha!ha!... thanks for comments.|
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