Tag: Henges

The use of the word Lady in relation to water related structures

Lady Bridge in Tamworth is a historical structure with medieval origins, serving as a testament to the town’s rich past. Initially constructed to span the River Tame, the bridge has undergone several transformations throughout the centuries. The original wooden bridge dates back to 1294.

Chapter 5 – The Later Neolithic Explosion

The one thousand years between 3,000 and 2,000 BC saw the Vale of Mowbray’s most significant period of development. It is at this time that the area between Boroughbridge and Catterick became the Sacred Vale, a premier ritual landscape, with Thornborough as its heart.

Henge Capital of Britain

This is the cover page for the book, Henge Capital of Britain, written by George. It reviews the larger henges in the UK and proposes that Thornborough is worthy of greater consideration when it comes to our ideas of which ancient places of power have historic importance.

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