Thursday, November 09, 2006

Ancients’ holy site revealed
An archaeologist surveying Northmoor has accidentally discovered a sacred landscape' created in the Bronze Age.

Robin Brunner-Ellis was amazed when he stumbled upon a pattern of features in the landscape made by ancient people to communicate with their gods.

He is now hoping to launch a sacred landscape heritage trail to enable people and walkers to discover how and why the landscape was formed.

No idea of the veracity of his interpretation, but it sounds interesting.