Their findings are published in the March 2011 edition of the Journal of Archaeological Science.
in Brisbane, Australia, Dr Carl Wieland commenced a well-earned retirement from active creation ministry in early 2015.His successor as Managing Director of CMI-Australia, head scientist Dr Don Batten, said at the time, “These are big shoes to fill, but one of the hallmarks of Dr Wieland’s decades of exemplary service was a commitment to making sure that the CMI did not focus on individuals, personalities or ‘name recognition’, but rather on a team approach.Site Name: Craig Rhosyfelin Alternative Name: Pont Saeson rock outcrop, One of the likely sources of Stonehenge bluestones, Craig Rhos-y-Felin Country: Wales County: Pembrokeshire Type: Rock Outcrop Nearest Town: Cardigan Nearest Village: Crosswell Map Ref: SN11653614Latitude: 51.991686N Longitude: 4.74468WCondition: Image: Craig Rhosyfelin submitted by Blingo_von_Trumpenstein Pinpointed in new research as a possible source of one group of the Stonehenge bluestones.Their source has long been a subject of fascination and considerable controversy.A calendar can also mean a list of planned events, such as a court calendar or a partly or fully chronological list of documents, such as a calendar of wills.
Periods in a calendar (such as years and months) are usually, though not necessarily, synchronised with the cycle of the sun or the moon.
Written from an insular point of view, the histories of some ancient cultures were distorted, badly neglected or even omitted.
The existence of inexplicable monuments, certain man-made marvels and archaeological finds pertaining to our ancient- and prehistory, are leading more and more archaeologists to believe long forgotten advanced civilizations existed.
Through standard petrographical techniques combined with sophisticated chemical analysis of samples from Stonehenge and north Pembrokeshire using laser ablation induction coupled mass spectrometry at Aberystwyth University, they have matched one particular rhyolite to an area north of the Mynydd Preseli range, in the vicinity of Pont Saeson.
The Bluestones are a distinctive set of stones that form the inner circle and inner horseshoe of Stonehenge.
A date is the designation of a single, specific day within such a system.