The Doggerland Misnomer

Jul 06, 2012 by

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The BBC and the Daily Mail recently carried features on Doggerland, the sunken landmass that once surrounded what is now the British Isles.

“I was as interested as anyone else by the suggestions of underwater monuments and I look forward to hearing more details in the fulness of time. For now, however, two points immediately leapt out at me, the first being that I found myself wondering if Stonehenge’s location acquires any greater significance in light of the above map. I mention this, of course, on account of the famous Mesolithic pits just north-west of Stonehenge and because of the vast amount of discoveries from the Mesolithic period that were recently made near Vespasian’s Camp, matters that have been discussed elsewhere on this site.”

The Doggerland Misnomer

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