Prehistoric barrows were not only monuments to the dead but mounds for the living - making out land, defining pathways, acting as powerful symbols, and forming a major part of perceived landscapes which welded nature and human history together....
|Title||:||British Barrows: A Matter of Life and Death|
|Number of Pages||:||176 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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British Barrows: A Matter of Life and Death Reviews
A highly informative and authoritative overview of the subject matter, I expect that this is a book I shall refer back to many times as I continue my own research. As is always the case with such works, the book suffers a little for now being a slightly dated, and I would greatly welcome a revised edition in the future.