Journal

Exploring the enigmatic

We are now finalising investigations for our next Arcane Landscape Trust publication: Staverton – Part 2: Skyscapes and landscapes of the Wuffing Kingdom. We end our research with an exploration of the enigmatic earthwork Cumberland’s Mount, for bizarrely there is no definitive consensus on exactly what it is.

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Skyscapes and Landscapes

Out in the field, furthering our investigations for ‘Staverton pt 2 – Skyscapes and Landscapes of the Wuffing Kingdom’. Exploring the sky ground correlations of an ancient green road in Suffolk. We believe this was once a processional routeway, targeting specific celestial and solar targets in the dawn and night sky on key dates of the ritual year.

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Rendlesham Revealed

The new exhibition at Sutton Hoo opened this week showcasing the best of what has been learnt about King Raedwald’s royal settlement and landscape 400-800 AD following years of archaeology. Having had the privilege of volunteering on the archaeological dig at Raedwald’s Royal Hall at Rendlesham we were delighted to see some of the important artefacts and their solar symbolism up close and personal.

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