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Mystic isle of megaliths

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Geoff Ward: In his new book, Anglesey: A Megalithic Journey, historian Neil McDonald evokes the magic and mystery of the Welsh isle. It’s much more than an ordinary guidebook. It’s McDonald’s vision of a sacred landscape. Today, we are familiar with the idea of sacred landscape, as exemplified first and foremost by the world heritage status given to Stonehenge and Aveburv in Wiltshire, and by the megalithic wonderland of the south-west of Ireland, and McDonald is fully aware of its application to the ‘mystical’ isle of Anglesey, as he dubs it from the outset.

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Definitely sounds like a book I want to own. Now I just have to contact my UK friends and see who can get a hold of a copy for me.

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Me too....

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