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Wheel origin in Wiltshire


Professor Dick Parry's eminently sensible suggestion (NCE 2 November) that the Stonehenge monoliths may have been rolled into place - whether wrapped in curved timbers or not - would appear to suggest that the essentials of the wheel were invented in Wiltshire.

Bruce Denness, Wydcombe Manor, Whitwell, IoW

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