Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

15/10/2007

Find your roots in the country

RAISE the topic of archaeology, and people may tend to think in terms of castles, standing stones and battle sites, the higher-profile aspects of human impact on our landscape. Yet the lie of the land beneath our feet conceals relics and patterns of bygone habitation and cultivation, of populous agricultural communities that inhabited now quiet glens.

With informed interpretation, what appears to the untutored eye to be a rickle of mossed-over stones can provide fresh insight into our neglected, poorly understood rural heritage. for more click here

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