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The Cave

The cave is in a small cliff on the hillside. A dark hole in the grey basalt cliff, it is intriguing and curious, otherworldly even, inviting us to investigate. 759 more words

Past Landscape

The Mesolithic Period: Ireland's First Settlers

What is so mysterious about Ireland?

It is a difficult task to state who founded Ireland? This is because Ireland itself was never one unified country under one leader until maybe the coming of Brian Boru. 456 more words

Mesolithic Period

The Shining Ones.

Channelling Received 6th July 2015.

It was on a moonlit night when we first left our shores. None of us knew when we would return as we faced into the West, heading into an unknown future. 1,555 more words


Meetings Make History 2015: rock art and rapids

In 2013 I blogged about a trip to western Norway as part of the Oslo-based ‘Meetings Make History’ project. Last month the ‘ 874 more words


UK Mesolithic Sites and Finds Update | Cairngorms, Scotland

Mar Lodge Estate, Cairngorm mountains, Aberdeenshire | 2015 excavations by The National Trust for Scotland and archaeologists and environmental scientists from the University of Aberdeen, University of Stirling and University College Dublin with earlier than expected 14C radiocarbon dates | … 7 more words

British Archaeology

Continental Connections

Long Title: Continental Connections – Exploring Cross-Channel Relationships from the Mesolithic to the Iron Age
Editors: Hugo Anderson-Whymark, Duncan Garrow and Fraser Strut… 464 more words

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