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" I think the conclusions first, that these inscriptions have been made by the Celtic race occupying Britain many centuries before the Christian era; and second, that the figures are symbolical most probably of religious ideas. Look at the extent... "
History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, Instituted September 22, 1831 - Page 171
by Berwickshire Naturalists' Club (Scotland). - 1868
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The Anthropological Review, Volume 3; Volume 8

Anthropology - 1865
...Tale's admirable memoir concludes with a section on the meaning of the sculptures, and observes : " Though of late there have been many speculative views...wander into the regions of fancy and conjecture." Here, for the present, we must leave this subject, looking with great interest to future observations...
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The Anthropological Review, Volume 3; Volume 8

Anthropology - 1865
...Tale's admirable memoir concludes with a section on the meaning of the sculptures, and observes : " Though of late there have been many speculative views...wander into the regions of fancy and conjecture." Here, for the present, we must leave this subject, looking with great interest to future observations...
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The Anthropological Review, Volume 3; Volume 8

Anthropology - 1865
...; and say, what could induce tribes, living hundreds of miles apart, and even separated by the sen, to use precisely the same symbols, save to express...wander into the regions of fancy and conjecture." Here, for the present, we must leave this subject, looking with great interest to future observations...
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The history of the borough, castle, and barony of Alnwick, Volume 1

George Tate - Natural history - 1866
...superstitions and expressed them by the same symbols. "What indeed, could be sufficiently important to induce tribes living hundreds of miles apart and even...aid in the performance of some superstitious rites, which were common to the whole race ? * Such are some of the facts illustrative of the character and...
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Archaic Rock Inscriptions: An Account of the Cup & Ring Markings ..., Volume 5

Inscriptions - 1891 - 99 pages
...extremity of Britain to the other, and even into Ireland ; and say, what could induce tribes, being hundreds of miles apart, and even separated by the...aid in the performance of some superstitious rites." Without dogmatising upon the matter, we may say that we, too, find it almost impossible to avoid some...
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The Celts and Druids and Their Story from the Earliest Times: In Twelve Chapters

Rev. A. Scott (of Rothbury.) - Anglo-Israelism - 1894 - 140 pages
...of no places set apart as temples in Vedic times. What, indeed, could be sufficiently important to induce tribes living hundreds of miles apart, and...symbols, save to express some religious sentiments and rites common to all of them. Wherever Abraham settled he attended to his ceremonial duties in building...
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Irish Druids and Old Irish Religions

James Bonwick - Druids and Druidism - 1894 - 328 pages
...in these Islands. Leslie looks at them as associated with old Oriental divination. Tate esteems them "to express some religious sentiments, or to aid in the performance of some religious rites." Not a few regard them as emblems of religious worship. The meaning of the Cup symbol...
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