Unlocking the meaning of Stonehenge and other ancient memory storehouses

Thank you, Nods.

If you have an interest in ancient archaeology and culture and you are not familiar with the revolutionary work of Lynn Kelly, I recommend you take a listen to this extraordinary interview:

Lynne Kelly is a science writer, who was researching the methods used by ancient cultures to retain vast amounts of information about animals and plants.

She was looking into the way knowledge was recorded through stories, song and dance.

On a journey to Stonehenge in England, Lynne was struck by the thought that the makers of that monumental stone circle were doing the same thing.

Lynne’s research suggests the stone circles of England, the huge animal shapes in Peru, and the statues of Easter Island, were not so much objects of superstition, but tools allowing people to create huge storehouses of knowledge.

An academic with diverse interests including spiders, history, and scepticism, Lynne applies the memory ‘code’ to manage her own stores of facts and information.

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Fascinating.

Richard

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