Stonehenge, on Salisbury Plain, is a better known ruin, though not on as large a scale as at Avebury.
The site of this old city was not easily to be found on Salisbury Plain.
Not even Flanders could give us worse trials of this sort than we had known while wintering on Salisbury Plain.
He took refuge with Hengist in his stronghold on Salisbury Plain.
It was hard enough to write from Salisbury Plain; from here it was well-nigh impossible.
Stonehenge, on Salisbury Plain, in Wiltshire, is the most extraordinary of these.
All of the three Fanshawe brothers are good; this one worked under me on Salisbury Plain.
In spite of the mud and discomfort we had taken root in Salisbury Plain.
She heard from Skrebensky; he too was on duty in the country, on Salisbury Plain.
We had all the things that one does not have in a military mess on Salisbury Plain.