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one of the NEOLITHIC “SUNStones” from littledean water shrine

From time to time we shall be adding new products to this page.  These will cover the wide variety of interests that are ignited by the Roman temple site, from it’s Celtic, Bronze Age and Neolithic past.  

We have exciting plans to create replicas of some of the remarkable smaller artefacts which have been discovered during archaeological excavations in 2018 – 2019.  Neolithic talisman sunstones, a rare perforated axe necklace, Bronze Age sun emblems and small votive Celtic stone heads all bring a tangible connection to prehistoric ancestors, whose extraordinary lives can be glimpsed through these remarkable and sometimes extraordinarily well preserved objects. A few examples are shown on this page

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Haunting of Littledean Hall Book

“Littledean Hall is described by several experts in ghostly matters as England’s most haunted house.  For the lover of ghost stories this is a must read, packed with first hand experiences, and written in an historically focused objective and factual style.”

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Longwave DVD

A film following the exploits of the Bore Riders Club over a 10 year period.  It shows some extraordinary and beautiful footage of the Severn Bore, which most spectators never get to see. There are superb extra features on the Myth of the Severn bore, which describe the legends pivotal to Caratacus and British history.

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£15.00 including postage.

A FEW EXAMPLES OF RARE FINDS FROM THE LEVELS OF THE PREHISTORIC WATER SHRINE BELOW THE ROMAN TEMPLE.

Neolithic pendent axe littledean water shrine “possibly from south of france”
Professor Josh Pollard
small sandstone iron age celtic votive face mask from the littledean water shrine
small chalk iron age celtic votive face mask from the littledean water shrine

THESE THREE ARTEFACTS HAVE ALL COME FROM DISTANT PLACES TO THE WATER SHRINE. THE BEAUTIFUL PENDENT AXE, ALONG WITH OTHER POLISHED ARTEFACTS DEMONSTRATES TRADING IN THE NEOLITHIC PERIOD, WHILST THE LITTLE STONE HEADS PROVIDE EVIDENCE OF PILGRIMAGE IN THE IRON AGE.