as holy wells was a subject that arose here a short while ago I think this
forwarded mail from the britarch mailing list may be of interest to some.
----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Heyworth <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2000 3:17 PM
Subject: Living Spring ejournal
> Hi all,
> Some fellow list members may be interested to know that the
> much talked about Living Spring Journal is now online.
> LSJ is a wholly electronic journal, published 3-4 times a
> year and available free. It is a forum for the publication
> and discussion of research into holy wells and waterlore in
> a wide range of contexts. It is the only publication we
> know of that features peer reviewed articles specifically
> concerning this subject.
> In Issue 1, Jeremy Harte, (of 3rd Stone fame) discusses to
> what extent can placenames be used to trace a pre-Christian
> sacred landscape? Alongside this we feature articles on the
> wells around Trellech, a gazetteer of Monmouthshire wells,
> the folklore surrounding the well/spa at Purton Stoke, the
> 'Oyly Well' in Edinburgh, book reviews, notes and queries
> and much more.
> Point your browsers to;
> and follow the links to Issue 1
> with apologies for a wee bit of cross-posting
> Rich Pederick
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> Living Spring Journal - THE International Electronic
> Forum for Research into Holy Wells & Waterlore