This is a hillfort with a limited future”, says a reviewer talking about Flower’s Barrow, an Iron Age hillfort on the Dorset coast. Its life is limited. It seems appropriate to look at something falling into the sea this month, as last September I wrote about Dunwich, a medieval town that has slowly disappeared into […]
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The yew tree in the Corhampton Church graveyard appears to predate the church.
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Iron Age hillforts have an impact on the landscape. In this blog I look at Old WInchester Hill in Hampshire.
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Jacob Foster’s gravestone is the last in Dunwich. To us, it represents so much more than just Jacob.
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Rivers are more than simple flow of water to the sea. They are means of travel and transport, ecology, religion and boundaries.
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Minerva and the Water God. I thought There was nothing between Minerva and the Water God. But I was wrong…
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I don’t really believe in ghosts, or the supernatural, but I am fascinated by it. Rationally, I don’t believe in ghosts. Emotionally, I want to, or rather, want to be left with a feeling of mystery. I am caught between two worlds. Rational logic and emotional desire. I am not looking to explain, nor indulge […]
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