Aim of this section: The word "topography" is partly derived from the Greek word "topos" which refers to "place" and the term more generally to the science of physical features [of a planet]. I should say that the Landscape section sticks more rigidly to that definition than this Topo section - which is as much about recording aspects of social history of the people, places and organisations though the channel of a number of projects undertaken form the late '60's to date.
Work began on 28 January 2014 in building five "neolithic dwellings" at the new English Heritage Stonehenge Visitor Centre and it completed in late May.
Neolithic Prototype House Project - 2013
The overall aim of the "prototype" is to develop a solution for the permanent construction of the dwellings at the new Stonehenge Visitor Centre in the spring of 2014.
To support this work in late 2012 English Heritage invited volunteers (like myself) to apply to participate in the "Neolithic Prototype House Project".