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Q and R Holes

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  1. are a series of concentric sockets which currently represent the earliest known evidence for a stone structure on the site of Stonehenge

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 26, 2009
  2. Beneath the turf, and just inside the later Sarsen Circle are a double arc of buried stoneholes, the only surviving evidence of the first stone structure (possibly a double stone circle) erected within the centre of Stonehenge (Fig.1) and currently r

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  3. Atkinson estimated that if the Q and R Holes originally formed a complete circle that 38 pairs would have been present, although recent computer-modeling shows that there is actually room for 40

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  4. Although first encountered by William Hawley in the 1920s it was Richard Atkinson who formally identified and named these irregular settings in 1954

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  5. in places they were cut through by both the settings of the later and still partly surviving Bluestone Circle and also by a stonehole dug for one of the uprights of the Sarsen Circle

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