Though it's on British prehistory, I thought y'all would enjoy this fascinating lecture from UCL. A lot of it is covered in other books and documentaries including Stonehenge Decoded, but the last 10 or 15 minutes were especially interesting to me because of the information I hadn't heard before. It also has some insights as to where his research is leading in the future -- including excavation where he hypothesizes the original Stonehenge was built at Castell Mawr -- near the quarry sites. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81owUAZJ4Qk[/youtube]
Thanks so much for posting this lecture. Here in the U.S. a number of documentaries with Dr. Parker are shown on t.v. but I have not seen this with the most recent information. Fascinating stuff, to me at least.