Well-done documentary that introduces some new facts about the archeology of Stonehenge, or at least ones I was not familiar with.
Be cautioned that this program does play like an educational documentary, and it may be hard to get children and some adults to sit still for it.
The featured archaeologist weaves an interesting story about what he believes Stonehenge represented to the people who built it, and he does muster new evidence to support his suppositions, but his story is still far from completely convincing. In no way at all do I feel that Stonehenge has been conclusively "decoded," and the frequent comments about how this or that is now proved were annoying.
Still, it was an interesting show with some valuable insights into one of the world's most famous mysterious monuments.
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