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Prehistoric Britain from the Air by Janet…

Prehistoric Britain from the Air (1997)

by Janet Bord

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Wonderful photography. Some of the photographs in this book were essential to obtaining an understanding of ancient megaliths as technology innovations by Stone Age astronomers in the the hermetic tradition, "as above, so below", i.e. megalithic sites as permanent surveyor's markers, sited (and sighted) by astronomy. ( )
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One of the most stunning illustrated guides to the prehistoric monuments of Britain. Each monument and its surrounding landscape are beautifully photographed in colour and are accompanied by short histories and/or brief descriptions that place it in context. Includes the Uffington White Horse, West Kennet Long Barrow, Stonehenge (of course ), Maiden Castle, Grimes Graves, the Cerne Abbas Giant, and many less well known sites.… (more)

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