The Druidic Triangles, by Hywel Martin, Walter Craig, Gareth Davies. With Contributions from Richard D Hall.
64 Page, A5 Colour Booklet - Published 2018
History is at the heart of the Valleys. The Rhondda Landscape is recognised as an
important Historical Landscape and is documented as such in the National Register of
Landscapes of Historic Interests in Wales, and in particular as a landscape of Special
Around Britain, Wales and Glamorgan there is a rich and varied inventory of historic
and archaeologcial sites of interest from prehistory to modern times. Despite all the
things known and learned about ancient history its true to say that there are still
unexplained archaeological discoveries and that the vast majority of the prehistoric
sites remain unexcavated and uninvestigated. So it is fair to say that there are many
mysteries, signs and patterns that are still there to be discovered and uncovered.
The historic and archaeological landscape is forever changing with the advent of new
understandings and new discoveries that help us explain our history, heritage, the
people, culture and the events of our past.
After spending many long days, from dawn to dusk across the seasons, in the fields
and hills on foot exploring and investigating the Rhondda Cynon Taff uplands,
captivating oddities and potential sites of interest began to emerge. Following this
up with dilligent desk top study and research revealed that these sites were hardly
documented, if at all, and what was written about them did not match the patterns
and signs on the ground. This was strange, puzzling and thought provoking and has
led to an attempt for explanation for what these sites are and how and why they
exist. The findings have left us amazed, scratching our heads at the signs and
patterns going unnoticed in the hills and mountains above the valleys. These
fascinating places and incredible mysteries are presented in this book.
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