…There is another important thing with these sites which is not always immediately obvious.
It is not a collective thing.
It is not simply a case of visiting each and every site and then resting back with feet raised and head held high basking in the glories of one’s achievement. It is a living thing.
Each subsequent visit reveals more.
A wider scope: a deeper understanding… more questions, inevitably… many of them unanswerable, probably.
It is nice too, and I feel it is appreciated although by what or by whom I do not know, when one elects to take other people there; when one acts as something of a guide… but then again it is also exciting to explore a new site, along with someone else who is new to it…as in the case of Arbor Low…which is a henge and one of the most important sites of Central England which we are now calling Mercia.
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