>There's a weekly program on BBC 4 TV, that I just accidently stumbled on last
>week (I don't watch tele) about archaeology, that seems to have a decent
>smattering of facts (with some good computer graphics too :-) ).
>Last week's program had a segment on Flag Fen, which has just recently
>been reinterpreted as a religious sanctuary, occupied for some 1200 years.
>The timbers comprising the structures were used for over 400 years. This
>site seems to be thematically linked to Lairg (in Alba) and Navan (in
>Ulster) which were also sites of water-based cults.
>They think that there was a period of really nasty wet weather, and these
>sites were constructed to placate various water deities, and form a
>communication link to them.
This sounds fascinating, wet weather and all, do you happen to remember which
organization/University was doing the work at any or all of these places?
-- Lin Finn