44. The timber post settings inside Mount Pleasant's henge, Dorset. Built by Beaker folk to the east of the present town of Dorchester, proves that the nine-megalithic-inch gold lozenge found in the Bush Barrow of Stonehenge was based on astronomy.
This monument expresses and proves several things... Eggs aligned on the sun and moon (Professor John North, Stonehenge: Neolithic Man and the Cosmos). Growth, where the 80 by 100-degree lozenge can be seen to grow in steps of 10 plus one, up to Stonehenge's 36 megalithic yards and beyond.
This image works equally well even when the lozenge is rotated through 90-degrees. It also works just as well for the small 60-degree Bush Barrow lozenge.
Furthermore, it proves the reason for the 70-degree Clandon Barrow lozenge found nearby at Maiden Castle. Dorset.
It will no doubt work for the Little Cressingham rectangle of gold too, presently in Norwhich Castle Museum, if only we could wrest the size of it from archaeologists. A recent visit to Norwhich Castle shows it to be around three by four megalithic inches, in which case it's based on a pair of 3:4:5 Pythagorean triangles.
Coming soon: 1. Analysing the purpose of the 6-mile-long Dorset cursus. 2. Stanton Drew, Britain's third-most important monument.