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Offline Jean

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(This is quite a long scholarly paper - might be of interest to some)

Post-Medieval Archaeology
Volume 47 Issue 1 (June 2013), pp. 222-246

From the sublime to the Druidical: changing perceptions of prehistoric monuments in southern Anglesey in the post-medieval period
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Thanks, Jean.

During the post-medieval period, the meanings of these monuments shifted, as perceptions of the pre-Roman era changed.

In another couple of thousand years or so, I wonder what they will be saying about how we got it wrong now.

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Hi Jean

Very grateful  :D