You can now use English law to work out what Stonehenge is worth in this blog post from Ulla Rajala. Someone has been fined for destroying a quarter of one of the Priddy Circles in Somerset and you can work out from the fine for that what the fine for bulldozing Stonehenge would be — if English law were consistent.
The bonus question What gets the biggest fine, bulldozing a quarter of a prehistoric monument or installing uPVC windows into a listed farmhouse? is easy to answer.
Priddy Circle verdict: how much is a monument worth?
This week brought the sentencing of the case of the partial destruction of one of the Priddy Circles in the Mendips in Somerset. A retired businessman who had bought the farm house near the Circles ha…
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