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Lost city found at Stonehenge

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  • Kim Noyes
    Lost city found at Stonehenge Salisbury Journal [UK], 24th August 2007 A RENOWNED archaeologist, who shot to national prominence last year with his amazing
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      Lost city found at Stonehenge
      Salisbury Journal [UK], 24th August 2007

      A RENOWNED archaeologist, who shot to national prominence last year with
      his amazing discovery of Stonehenge's lost alter stone by a roadside in
      Berwick St James, now claims to have found the famed lost city of Apollo
      in the land around Stonehenge. Dennis Price, who is an expert on the
      history of Stonehenge and who used to work with Wessex Archaeology,
      believes the lost city of Apollo is located at King's Barrow Ridge,
      overlooking Stonehenge. The lost city is believed by many to be mythical
      but, after working with language experts at Exeter University, Mr Price
      is convinced the city exists and that it is right here on the outskirts
      of Salisbury. The team painstakingly deciphered the works of an ancient
      Greek mariner named Pytheas of Massilia. Mr Price explained that Pytheas
      was known to have visited Britain in around 325 BC and in his chronicles
      he wrote of the lost city of Apollo and a site similar to Stonehenge. He
      said: "There is a passage that apparently refers to Stonehenge which has
      long fascinated people, but there is also a repeated reference made to a
      city sacred to Apollo which has gone completely unremarked upon."

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