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in archaeology, folklore
and mythology

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Why At the Edge merged with 3rd Stone.

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Sacred Places: Prehistory and popular imagination
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This book looks back at the days of At the Edge and other 'Earth Mysteries' 'zines and provides detailed discussions of many of the topics outlined here.

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At the Edge was launched as a 40+ page A4 magazine in February 1996. The final issue, No.10, appeared in June 1998. The aim was to 'walk on the cracks' between archaeology, mythology and folklore and provide accessible insights for all with an interest in the latest and most innovative ideas about past and place. Contributions came from both academics and 'non-professional' researchers.

Why At the Edge merged with 3rd Stone.


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