Not sure about this one ... from the Times of India:

Renowned archaeologist Dennis Price, who shot to fame last year with his amazing discovery of Stonehenge's lost altar stone by a roadside in Berwick St James, has now claimed to have found the famed 'Lost City of Apollo' around the Neolithic structure.

Price, an expert on the history of Stonehenge, believes the 'Lost City of Apollo' is located at King's Barrow Ridge, overlooking Stonehenge.

Many experts believe the Lost City to be a myth but, but Price is convinced that the city exists and that it is situated right on the outskirts of Salisbury. Together with language experts at Exeter University, Price painstakingly deciphered the works of an ancient Greek mariner named Pytheas of Massilia. Price said Pytheas was known to have visited Britain in around 325 BC and in his chronicles he wrote of the Lost City of Apollo and a site similar to Stonehenge.

"There is a passage that apparently refers to Stonehenge which has long fascinated people, but there is also a repeated reference made to a city sacred to Apollo which has gone completely unremarked upon," said Price.

Just a mile or so to the east of Stonehenge is a gigantic prehistoric earthwork called Vespasian's Camp, named in later years by William Camden, after the same Vespasian who subjugated the south west of England during the Roman invasion of Britain in 43AD.

"It is invariably described as an Iron Age hill fort, yet excavations there have shown the existence of far earlier Neolithic pits, while there still exist the remains of early Bronze Age funeral barrows, showing the site was in use while nearby Stonehenge was being constructed," he said.

Price said Vespasian's Camp laid at the bottom of a slope occupied further up by what is now known as the King’s Barrow Ridge, overlooking Stonehenge, further divided into the New King Barrow and Old King Barrow.

"Vespasian's Camp cannot be seen from Stonehenge, but it lies to the east of the ruins, in the direction of the rising Sun. As Apollo had largely become thought of as a Sun god by the time Pytheas was writing, it is an obvious connection," Price said.