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is the first survey of religious beliefs in the British Isles, from the Old
Stone Age to the coming of Christianity, one of the least familiar but most
extensive periods in Britain's history. Ronald Hutton draws upon a wealth of
new data, much of it archaeological, that has transformed interpretation
over the past decade. Giving more or less equal weight to all periods, from
the Neolithic to the Middle Ages, he considers a fascinating range of
evidence for Celtic and Romano-British paganism: from burial sites. cairns,
megaliths and causeways. to carvings, fi gurines. jewellery, weapons, votive
objects, literary texts and folklore.
The author reveals the important rethinking that has taken place over Christianization and the decline of paganism. and reviews the exciting progress that has been made in tracing the survival of pre-Christian beliefs and imagery into the Middle Ages. Dr Hutton shows how a host of recieved ideas have been demolished, and how the pagans of ancient Britain were far more creative. complex, enigmatic and dynamic than has previously been supposed.
The book contains over a hundred illustrations and will be of wide interest to general readers and to students, as well as to historians, archaeologists and anthropologists.
'A brilliant synthesis . . . Hutton's book gives us by far the best, most level-headed overview of this fascinating but contentious subject ... To anyone interested in the rites and religions of ancient Britain and Ireland this is an invaluable book.' Times Literary Supplement
'A fascinating, comprehensive and long-overdue survey of ancient British religious beliefs ... invaluable for academics and 'earth mystics' alike.' The Wiccan
Ronald Hutton was educated at Cambridge and then at Oxford, where he held a fellowship at Magdalen College. In 1981, he moved to the University of Bristol, where he is now Reader in British History. He is a historian of wide interests ranging from political affairs and popular culture to topics covering the whole of the British Isles. This is his fifth book.
The Stations of the Sun
From the twelve days of Christmas to the spring traditions of Valentine, Shrovetide, and Easter eggs, through May Day revels and Midsummer fires, and on to the waning of the year, Harvest Home and Hallowe'en, Ronald Hutton takes us on a fascinating journey through the ritual year in Britain. His comprehensive study covers all the British Isles and the whole sweep of history from the earliest written records to the present day. Great and lesser, ancient and modern, Christian and pagan, all rituals are treated with the same attention. The result is a colourful and absorbing history in which Ronald Hutton challenges many common assumptions about the customs of the past and the festivals of the present, debunking many myths, and illuminates the history of the calendar we live by.
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