Stonehenge and the Ashmolean

 

Henry Browne's Model of Stonehenge in 1824 Henry Browne's Model of the reconstructed Stonehenge
Stonehenge as it was in 1824.
Cork model by Henry Browne. N.C.331.
Stonehenge reconstructed.
Cork model by Henry Browne. N.C.330.
 
The prehistoric monument of Stonehenge has been an attractive subject of research for centuries. There has been a wide range in the approach to the study of the Wiltshire World Heritage Site, from surveying and drawing to excavation. The collection at the Ashmolean Museum reflects the historical development of interest in Stonehenge, as well as the evolution of archaeological technology and methodology over the last two centuries.
 
These Web pages contain information about the objects currently in the collections at the Ashmolean Museum that are associated with Stonehenge.
 
The Ashmolean contains the following collections relating to Stonehenge:

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For information about the monument and heritage in Wiltshire, please see:
www.english-heritage.org.uk
www.wiltshireheritage.org.uk www.salisburymuseum.org.uk

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