What Does Stonehenge Symbolize?

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Stonehenge is said to symbolize the iconic transition from life to death as the structures move from wood, to stone, via water. No one knows what it was used for and why it was made; though many New Age festivals are conducted there. It is located in Salisbury, England.
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well, the people who built it left no written records, so anything is just a guess, but certainly you can make an educated guess, going by the archaeological record. There's a lot
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Stonehenge is said to symbolize the iconic transition from life to death as the structures move from wood, to stone, via water. No one knows what it was used for and why it was made
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Because Stonehenge is in the UK, not Armenia. Stonehenge is an old word that roughly translates to stones near Stanheng (Salisbury) Basically you are using the word incorrectly. Stonehenge
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It is a capital Pi, and it stands for product. As in, you multiply all of the computed arguments of the product function, throughout the interval indicated.
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