Discovering Hill Figures

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Shire, 1997 - History - 104 pages
'There are more than thirty major figures cut out of the grass on Britain's hillsides; cut as religious symbols, way markers, or as decoration to the landscape. Often, although prominently placed, the figures are overlooked, and in this book the author describes their exact location, the best point to view them and their history and legends.' The London Times.

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Contents

Introduction
5
Bedfordshire Whipsnade White Lion
13
Cambridgeshire Gogmagog Giants
21
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Kate Bergamar is a pen name for Margaret Baker, author of the other Shire titles, Discovering Christmas Customs and Folklore, Discovering Folklore of Plants and London Statues and Monuments.

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