Edible Archaeology: Stonehenge

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I thought you might like to see a photo of my two birthday cakes, one made by my son and the other by his daughter Amy. They are ‘before and after’ depictions of Stonehenge, with fudge sarsens and jelly bean bluestones. After these had been eaten, we had the Aubrey Holes.
Marion Wells

This edition of edible archaeology appeared in issue 311 of Current Archaeology.

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