Durrington Walls and the Stonehenge Hidden Landscape Project 2010-2016

Vincent Gaffney, Wolfgang Neubauer, Paul Garwood, Christopher Gaffney, Klaus Löcker, Richard Bates, Phillipe De Smedt, Eamonn Baldwin, Henry Chapman, Alois Hinterleitner, Mario Wallner, Erich Nau, Roland Filzwieser, Jakob Kainz, Tanja Trausmuth, Petra Schneidhofer, Georg Zotti, Agatha Lugmayer, Immo Trinks, Alex Corkum

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Since 2010 the Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project (SHLP) has undertaken extensive archaeological prospection across much of the landscape surrounding Stonehenge. These remote sensing and geophysical surveys have revealed a significant number of new sites and landscape features whilst providing new information on many previously known monuments. The project goal to integrate multimethod mapping over large areas of the landscape has also provided opportunities to re-interpret the landscape context of individual monuments and, in the case of the major henge at Durrington Walls, to generate novel insights into the structure and sequence of a monument which has attracted considerable research attention over many decades. This paper outlines the recent work of the SHLP and the results of survey at Durrington Walls that shed new light on this enigmatic monument including a site ‘hidden’ within the monument.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)255-269
JournalArchaeological Prospection
Issue number3
Early online date15 Aug 2018
Publication statusPublished - 6 Sept 2018


  • Archaeological prospection
  • Durrington Walls
  • Stonehenge
  • Landscape archaeology
  • Remote sensing
  • Geophysics


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