CNN — A missing piece from one of Stonehenge's giant sarsen stones, removed 60 years ago during excavations, has been returned to the ancient monument. The core from a stone was removed in and its existence is said to have remained largely unknown ever since, according to English Heritage , which looks after the ancient site. But its return could help experts uncover the source of the sarsen stones used in creating the monument around five millennia ago. During excavations in the s, cracks were discovered in one of the sarsens and work undertaken to reinforce it.
The core was drilled out before metal rods were inserted to keep the stone standing. Robert Phillips, an employee from the company that carried out the repairs, kept the centimeter-long core after completing his work, for many years displaying it on a wall in his office. The missing "core" from one of Stonehenge's giant sausen stones.
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Though many seem to know there is a gap in the historical record, virtually everyone is unaware that filling in this gap is possible. For example, Nefertari Cobra , after being told by Nico Robin about this missing period, was completely shocked that a way to "tie the threads of history together" existed. The most important event during the Void Century has to be the Great War.
It ended around with the fall of Shandora. In Enel's cover story, there is an ancient city on the moon with another bunch of identical Automata. There is a painting on the wall that shows a Skypiean with Automata following him on the left while a Shandorian and Birkan work on the right. One of the three races, the Shandorians, ended up on the isle of Jaya where they built the city of Shandora one thousand years ago. The great city of Shandora collapsed during this war, the Shandorians defended the city against "those who seek the stone".
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The city collapsed, but the Shandia , who are the descendants of the Shandorians, kept on defending the city for over eight hundred years afterwards. All three races are noted to have wings on their backs though each has a slightly different shape and may have even once been the same race. The connection between the sky island of Skypiea and the Void Century is the poneglyph left there for the Shandia and the Shandorians before them to protect.
The Great Kingdom was a great and powerful kingdom that was destroyed by the Twenty Kingdoms , who would later evolve into the World Government. The kingdom was so powerful that its existence posed a great threat to the world, and is the reason why studying the poneglyphs is outlawed. He attempted to raise the Noah with Poseidon 's aid, but he failed to keep his promise. He wrote his apology on the Poneglyph in the Sea Forest . Before the Void Century, the Dwarves of the Tontatta Kingdom suffered oppression under the ruthless rulers of the island of Dressrosa , the Donquixote Family.
For the World Government, the events of the Void Century were better left unknown as information linked to it is considered far too dangerous. When the research of the Poneglyphs was outlawed, hundreds of scholars across the world were killed. At the end of the Void Century, the 20 kingdoms came together to defeat the Ancient Kingdom and then founded what is now known as the World Government. Please allow for international postal delays. Credit card debits will be securely made in your own currency.
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