Megalithic Mysteries by Andy Burnham

Tuesday 13th, November 2018 / 15:18
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Andy Burnham explores acoustic, colour and shadow theory to get inside the minds of the Neolithic and Bronze Age people who created these extraordinary places. He navigates through the sites that have the most spectacular views, which are the best for getting away from it all and which have been immortalised in music.

‘The Old Stones’ is a new book written by megalith enthusiasts for megalith enthusiasts. The book is a comprehensive and thought-provoking field guide to the iconic standing stones and prehistoric places of Britain and Ireland. The ultimate insiders’ guide, it gives unparalleled insight into where to find prehistoric sites and how to understand them, by drawing on the knowledge, expertise and passion of the archaeologists, theorists, photographers and stones aficionados who contribute to the world’s biggest megalithic website – the Megalithic Portal:
http://www.megalithic.co.uk/

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