Rambles of an Archaeologist Among Old Books and in Old Places (Illustrated)
Alan says he knew instinctively that it was something far more ancient and important and he bided his time. Come , a more receptive Manchester Museum — or more specifically a more receptive Keeper of Archaeology in the form of John Prag — agreed to examine the object in detail.
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Wooden spade probably oak, from excavations at Alderley Edge presented by Alan Garner … thought by Boyd Dawkins to be Bronze Age; dating confirmed May by radio-carbon dating to cal. With this find, what were thought to be relatively modern mines took on a new significance. Word got round and Current Archaeology CA was among those who reported that Alderley Edge might be the site of some of the earliest metal prospecting and metallurgical experiments in Europe.
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The shovel had been found amongst a group of hammer stones, large and heavy axe-shaped cobble stones, with a deep groove around the girth pecked out to provide a seat for a thong attached to a wooden handle. Similar stones have been found at prehistoric mining sites in Anglesey, Ireland, the Channel Islands, France and Portugal and as far away as pre-Columbian Chile. On Alderley Edge, they were numerous enough to be used as doorstops in the cottages and farms of the area. Perhaps these too were of Bronze-Age date.
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One more discovery finally galvanised archaeological interest in the mines of Alderley Edge. In , the Derbyshire Caving Club, having obtained permission from the National Trust to re-open some of the mines, found a hoard of Roman coins of AD in the top of a shaft that had been assumed to be relatively recent.
The Trust is the guardian of a parcel of land that has been occupied for more than 10, years, most recently by Alan and Griselda Garner. It is dedicated to exploring the archaeology, history and material culture of the surrounding area. Regular events include training excavations, lectures, courses and school visits.
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The mines of Alderley Edge are leased by the National Trust to the Derbyshire Caving Club which maintains access and continues to explore the mines, with regular public tours. Divya Krishnakumar February 22, pm.
Magic and Mining at Alderley Edge. Listening to tales told by his blacksmith grandfather in the semi-darkness of his fire-lit forge, Alan Garner absorbed the Cheshire folklore that he then transformed into a classic work of fiction — The Weirdstone of Brisingamen.
Fantasy and reality For all its apparent fantasy, The Weirdstone of Brisingamen contains much literal description of the landscape in which Garner grew up. Search full-text index.
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