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on 2 April 2014
Good points - rather a beautifully produced map, shiny, wipeable, waterproof surface so you can apply your own marks and take it out on walks. The 1:10000 scale really rocks in terms of visibility and did expose some ideas and spatial awarenesses about the features that you don't always 'get' from the standard OS maps or other types of graphical depictions. I also like the width of coverage, they do seem to have been determined to show a wide area around the two sites.

Negatives - really, really sad that they couldn't do something more to show the relationship between the two - eg, something taking in Marden, the Downs, etc. A 1:25000 'filler map'? Also, there is no real key, resulting in a lot of barrows being marked but no attempt to define them by type. You can kind of guess what is meant, but they missed a chance to display expertise and say more about what each feature is. On the Avebury map, they've missed some standing sarsens, mainly in the Avenue, presumably because their relationship to the main feature is contested, but the use of a key could easily have got round this whilst displaying them. Some footpaths are not shown.

I suppose the aim was to create a 'clean', open view of the site and perhaps it was aimed at the more knowledgeable user, so they've under-labelled, but perhaps too much.
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on 21 September 2015
Excellent product,very decent service and price,I'm happy with the result.
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on 25 March 2014
The map is good in size and has lots of detail - but identifying the markings is a problem (no key!) - I was after a map showing past and present barrows, sadly what I found was a map full of possibilities and inaccuracies.

I have produced my own prehistoric map of the area (on amazon) based on the 1800 first edition which had features not found on this map? The missing Standing Stones of the 1800 century and now missing barrows would be essential for the serious archaeologist and explorer.
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