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Prehistoric London : its mounds and circles

Author: E O Gordon; J A G Griffith
Publisher: London : Covenant Pub. Co., 1946.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th ed. (rev.)View all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E O Gordon; J A G Griffith
OCLC Number: 2557500
Description: ix, 159 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: On the religion, race, language and literature of pre-Christian Britain --
On the open-air sanctuaries of comparative antiquity and places of national assembly of pre-Christian times in Britain --
Schliemann and Sayce's researches afford evidence of kinship between Trojans and Britons; Brutus, the Trojan prince, founder of the British dynasty; his landing at Totnes commemorated from time immemorial on the accession of a sovereign; British laws traced by legal authority to Trojan sources; Troy towns or mazes in London, WInchester and elsewhere; British kings buried at the Bryn Gwyn, Billingsgate and Ludgate; Lleuver Mawr builds a church on the Druidic circle at Westminster and preserves the use of the Druidic sanctuary; origin of broad arrow; the continuity of Druidic worship of the most high to be traced in the national Gorsedds or Eisteddfods of Wales, solemnized within a circle of twelve stones by members of the oldest educational order in the "oldest living language in Europe."
Responsibility: by E.O. Gordon ; with appendices by John Griffith.

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