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    PENDLE - A MYTHIC LANDSCAPE, AUSSTEIGER PUBLICATIONS, 2010

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    PENDLE - A MYTHIC LANDSCAPE, AUSSTEIGER PUBLICATIONS, 2010

    Post  Guest on Sat Mar 20, 2010 3:51 pm

    PENDLE - A MYTHIC LANDSCAPE, AUSSTEIGER PUBLICATIONS, 2010

    “Though you get that, there are things you will not get.”
    Ysbaddaden
    “It will be easy for me to get that, though you think otherwise.”
    Culhwch

    The book is now finished, I only await the printers, (produced on 'down time' at Lamberts of Settle - good people), for sale on Amazon soon.

    For more details: AUSSTEIGER PUBLICATIONS - aussteiger_211@hotmail.com

    The massif/ Landvættir of Pendle has been longing for eons inside its tenebrous bulk to find expression, and the moment this rhapsodic journey ended, it felt relieved, it assumed true meaning, its own meaning, and rejoiced.


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    Re: PENDLE - A MYTHIC LANDSCAPE, AUSSTEIGER PUBLICATIONS, 2010

    Post  Paulus on Mon Mar 22, 2010 3:21 pm

    Let us know the price & I'll buy a copy when it appears.

    Cheers - Paul Smile

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    Re: PENDLE - A MYTHIC LANDSCAPE, AUSSTEIGER PUBLICATIONS, 2010

    Post  Guest on Tue Mar 23, 2010 12:02 pm

    You will get a copy free Paul - after all, I filched the second part of the title (Mythic Landscape) from you!

    Best regards

    john

    ps:

    Your book 'OLD STONES ....' gets a good mention
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    Post  Paulus on Wed Mar 24, 2010 10:47 am

    lowergate wrote:You will get a copy free Paul - after all, I filched the second part of the title (Mythic Landscape) from you!

    Huge thanks John!!! Very Happy I'll email you my address details.

    A few of us are hoping to get out around the Earby region for a walkabout in 2 weekends (3rd April-ish). Fancy meeting up?

    Cheers - Paul

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    BLEARA LOWE

    Post  Guest on Thu Mar 25, 2010 1:23 am

    Bleara Lowe, Rectory Allotment, Standrise Plantation & Pinhaw I take it. Yes count me in - I will dig out what I have on that area

    Regards

    John

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    Points to note before visit

    Post  Guest on Thu Mar 25, 2010 2:45 am

    Lots of activity in the area in the pre-Roman & Roman period

    Of significance is the Roman road between Keighley and Elslack (MARGARY 721) over 9 Romano-Brithish farmsteads have been identified near to this road and a possible Romano-British 'villa' at Cross Green (west of Street Head) SD 970 475.

    Many BA burial mounds in the area east of Earby & Thornton (most finds in Skipton Museum)

    The most significant territorial feature in the region south of Skipton is the Long Cairn on Low Bradley Moor

    To the south is Ickornshaw Moor that holds many unrecorded sites

    Hope to see you all in a few weeks - john
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    PENDLE - A MYTHIC LANDSCAPE, AUSSTEIGER PUBLICATIONS, 2012 - john dixon

    Post  lowergate on Sun Dec 19, 2010 6:45 am

    This book is now over 600 pages in length so those at www.aussteigerpublications.com have decided to bring the tome out free of charge via the internet.

    As we are now in an economic depression for the next decade to come they know this to be a wise decision.

    Aussteiger Publications is produced, managed and run by Phillip Dixon and Maxine Dixon on a non profit basis in order to make John's writing available to the public.

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