https://youtu.be/GreCXd7BII0 My latest video looking at books I am currently reading/re-reading and going to be reviewing, and retro review of Hengeworld by Mike Pitts. The video also considers how long archaeology books (or any academic/scientific subjects) are useful for as s source, what is their shelf life...
A little late uploading this, but here is the link to the next episode of Noah Explains It All. Welcome back to another video of Noah Explains It All, where Noah is explaining what he likes about the book Stonehenge Luke and the Bluestone by Barbara Townsend. Today we are also joined by Noah's mother … Continue reading Noah Explains It All – Stonehenge Luke and the Bluestone
Well, this is not really a review. I want to make the review of this book the next video in my latest blog segment Noah Explains it all. If you have not seen the video yet you can see it here https://youtu.be/ZsqaPCC-DTs I purchased this book when I went to Stonehenge with my nephew Noah … Continue reading Stonehenge Luke and the Bluestone by Barbara Townsend
A new blog segment for the blog - Noah Explains it All - A seven year olds view on Stonehenge! With only seven years of experience on the world I think Noah has a better understanding of Stonehenge than many adults I know. Remember, kids are out future and I think the future of archaeology … Continue reading Watch “Noah Explains it all – Stonehenge” on YouTube
So in out first part we mainly focused on Stonehenge and eluded to how interacts/related to other monuments in its landscape. In part two our focus will be on a few other Neolithic/Early Bronze Age sites, and a brief examination of the other evidence in later Prehistory for the celebration of the Midwinter festivals. Durrignton … Continue reading Christmas Countdown 22 and 23 – Prehistory of Midwinter part 2
So our story, for the purpose of this article, begins circa 4000 BC during the Neolithic (New Stone Age) and the building of the monumental structures in the British Isles. It is from these structures that we git the first glimpses of what the midwinter may have meant to the people of the Neolithic, with … Continue reading Countdown to Christmas 20 – Midwinter in Prehistory (Prehistory of Christmas) Part 1 – Stonehenge
The main thing I am currently guilty of is buying more books even thought I have a massive pile of unread books, or books I am in the middle of re-reading. I just cannot help it! The books just call out to me saying "Buy me! Buy me!" Here is a list of what is … Continue reading Guilt