The Ancient Paths: Discovering the Lost Map of Celtic Europe

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The Ancient Paths: Discovering the Lost Map of Celtic Europe

Post by Ian Pegler » Mon Oct 14, 2013 9:43 pm

from the Telegraph...
The Ancient Paths: Discovering the Lost Map of Celtic Europe, review

Tim Martin has his eyes opened by an enthralling new history that argues that Druids created a sophisticated ancient society to rival the Romans
CLICK HERE to read the article.

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Re: The Ancient Paths: Discovering the Lost Map of Celtic Eu

Post by Helen-Healing » Fri Oct 18, 2013 2:59 am

Fascinating!
I have just ordered it from the Book Depository for £11.01 with free delivery...if anyone's interested!

http://www.bookdepository.co.uk/Ancient ... 0330531504

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Re: The Ancient Paths: Discovering the Lost Map of Celtic Europe

Post by Grahame » Tue Nov 26, 2019 10:34 am

I did enjoy this book, although I felt he did labour the (essentially simple) point a bit much - but then I suppose he was trying to get a book out of it.

I was particularly pleased to find his confirmation of the site of the 'lost Druid sanctuary' of Medionemeton in Central Scotland as Bar Hill Roman fort, because it is exactly half-way along the Antonine Wall. This is something that was suggested back in the late 1970s by Harry Bell in 'Forgotten Footsteps', his research into the ley alignments of the area.
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