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Hard crystalline sandstone found as boulders scattered across the chalk downland of central southern England, seemingly the remnants of now‐eroded geological strata that once covered the chalk. Sarsen slabs were extensively used in the construction of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Archaeology.

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