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Sacred Places: Prehistory and Popular Imagination Paperback – 10 May 2005

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'Altogether a very worthwhile book with some genuinely original insights...'
Jerry Bird -- Merry Meet

'I recommend it to anyone interested in archaeology, popular culture, contemporary mythology or "alternative archaeology".' 8/10
Richard Alexander -- Fortean Times

'One of the best books in the field I have ever read.'
D J Tyrer -- Monomyth Supplement

'Sacred Places... is a very valuable addition to the small body of thoughtful work on the spiritual landscapes of Great Britain and therefore recommended reading.'
Nigel Pennick -- Silver Wheel

'This finely-constructed and very informative text... about our relationships with the sacredness of our prehistoric landscapes.' Francis Cameron
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About the Author

Bob Trubshaw has been actively involved with academic and alternative approaches to archaeology for most of the last twenty years. In 1996 he founded At the Edge magazine to popularise new interpretations of past and place.

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