green roads of England by R. Hippisley Cox

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Written inthis book is a good addition to any English Antiquarian library. Cox' thesis is that one can (at least in ) trace all the Stone Age roads of England by following the ridge-lines between tumulii and hill-forts - generally places whose names /5.

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Starting at the 'central gathering ground' at Avebury, Cox's guide covers all the ancient roads of England, following the Stone Age ridge roads of green roads of England book England, describing, with the help of maps, plans and illustrations, the hill forts and other earthworks found along them and discussing other aspects of neolithic civilization.

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