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Risk Management The European Committee for Standardisation Technical Committee 346 (CEN TC 346) is developing European Standards (ENs) for conservation.
The story of Stonehenge continues to evolve and change.
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Aubrey’s idea was expanded by the 18th-century antiquary William Stukeley, who surveyed Stonehenge and was the first to record the Avenue and the nearby Cursus.
Among Stukeley’s theories about Stonehenge, he too thought it was a Druid monument.
Currently there are excavation projects at South Shields, Vindolanda and Maryport. J Poulter, The Planning of Roman Roads and Walls in Northern Britain (Stroud, 2010).4.
Excavation remains a significant way not only of enhancing existing knowledge but also of discovering completely new features on the Wall, such as the pits recorded on the berm (the space between the Wall and the ditch) over the last two decades. J Hodgson, A History of Northumberland (Newcastle, 1840), 309.2. Bidwell, PT, ‘The system of obstacles on Hadrian's Wall; their extent, date and purpose’, Arbeia Journal, 8 (2005), 53–76.5.
For further discussion see MFA Symonds and DJP Mason (eds), Frontiers of Knowledge: A Research Framework for Hadrian’s Wall (Durham, 2009).
Stonehenge has been the subject of speculation and theory since the Middle Ages.
Four working groups are developing standards that impact on preventive conservation.
Although Hadrian’s Wall has been studied for over 400 years and excavated for nearly 200, there is still much to be learnt.