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I am hoping to be able to reveal the date of the pig bone from the henge around the end of May.Contact: Tony Godfrey [email protected] “Wanderers” (full name “The Hertfordshire Wanderers in association with the Norfolk Nomads”) are an informal group of masons who enjoy travelling to other Lodges both in UK and overseas.Their lives were as rich and full of joy, conflict, love and pain as our own.The differences between us are largely those of technology and the scale of our societies.Hotels ranging from not very cheap to very expensive.Allan Atkinson, Bob Findlay, John & Carol Bassford, David & Roz Heasman, Bob Weatherly, Graham & Jill Riche, Tony & Corrie Godfrey, , George Ferris, Brian Wright, Geoff & Pam Bedford, William Clocksin Bucharest, Romania Organiser: Tony Godfrey-email [email protected] now have a contact in Bucharest and will soon, I hope, have details Graham & Jill Riche, Tony & Corrie Godfrey, Geoff & Pam Bedford, David Spencer-Phillips, Ralph Wheeler, Brian Wright, John & Carol Bassford, Chris Noble & Jane Belapais Lodge,9847, Cyprus – date tba(awaiting contact) One for when we can fit it in!
I visited one of the most famous, at Tarxien (pronounced “Tar-sheen”), for the fifth time while away.
Both were constructed by Neolithic farming communities and it is instructive to realise that in both places, the work required was enormous and would have put a real strain on agricultural productivity.
It is often tempting to think of prehistoric peoples as “primitive”.
The globalised world of the past century or so depends on a range of technologies that make the movement of heavy objects so much easier and the communication of ideas so much faster than they were in the Neolithic.
Neolithic farmers lived in dispersed communities; coming together for seasonal meetings at places like Tarxien or Stapleton’s Field was their main means of communication, of learning new ideas, and was probably an occasion for employing a lot of muscle power.