'Petroglyphs, the Art of Ancient Landscapes'

Foreword

'Petroglyphs, the Bend in the Boyne' predominately explored the hypothesis that many of the panels of artwork found within the Boyne Ensemble, are 'maps' of the site as it existed during the Neolithic. While that hypothesis was applied to a number of other sites in Ireland, the UK and France, any hypothesis must undergo repeated testing. As such this paper, which for all intents and purposes is an addendum to 'Petroglyphs, the Bend in the Boyne', addresses a number of points and observations not previously covered, as well as a number of additional sites, both in Ireland and the UK, where this enigmatic art has been discovered.

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