Norman Hammond

Professor Emeritus of Archaeology, Boston University

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Archeology correspondent for The Times newspaper; also Professor Emeritus of Archaeology at Boston University, having taught there for 23 years.

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Scientific Tests Prove Origin of Stonehenge Rock

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