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Stone Worlds - Narrative and Reflexivity in Landscape Archaeology:
Barbara Bender, Sue Hamilton and Chris Tilley. Left Coast Press;

"The well-known authors examined the the Neolithic and Bronze Age Landscape on Bodmin Moor... especially the site of Leskernick."

Fabulous book, can't put it down, the frontspiece has the early Neolithic 'Propped Stone', it was in all probability because Leskernick Hill did not have a weird tor formation, now how is that for being ingenious.... My book is secondhand £7.50 but new culled from one of the booksellers behind Amazon's front.

Edit; A thread from last year mentions an article written by the authors..
http://www.headheritage.co.uk/headtohead/tma/topic/65613/



http://www.ucl.ac.uk/leskernick/articles/stone/stone.htm


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Posted by moss
11th August 2013ce
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