Megalithic Measures and Rhythms: Sacred Knowledge of the Ancient Britons
It is widely acknowledged that the huge stone circles built in the British Isles and NW France from 6500 to 3500 years ago are among history's strangest monuments. Inspired by the surveys of Alexander Thom, Macaulay devoted her life to an investigation of the circles, and concludes that the extraordinary mathematical skills of the ancient Britons were original and self-contained. And in turn the elite of this society became the proto-Greeks.
Author: Anne Macaulay
Publisher: Floris Books (Edinburgh)