A thousand apologies for the delay, here finally is the last part of my Nine Worlds Fantasy Archaeology talk.
Humans are boring, time to talk about dwarves and orcs. 1,339 more words
I’ve made no bones about it, in more than one previous post; Silchester is a very special place to me, somewhere I save for those walks when I have a certain amount of processing to do or when I am in need of its rare atmosphere of tranquility combined with an eerie sense of more going on there than you can see, laced with the memory of many (many) happy family times spent there over the years. 698 more words
Something suitably monumental for our first site. Everyone should be at least visually familiar with the Argonath – those massive statues of the founders of Gondor on either side of the river Anduin that the Fellowship take their boats past. 1,146 more words
Tolkien’s Middle Earth is a good first stop to try out some fantasy archaeology. The Lord of the Rings is a well-known story, and on top of that a lot of supplementary historical information has made its way into our world. 847 more words