Tracing Lines, Crafting Worlds: Orkney, Stonehenge and the Strange Case of the Grooved Ware Pot.
A reminder that the next Macc Lit & Phil meeting is this Wednesday 9th October at 7.30pm.
Mike Copper is an archaeologist who works at the Ness of Brodgar in Orkney, and who also makes replica prehistoric pottery. Grooved Ware appears to have originated in Orkney, and then during the 3rd millenium BC spread to other communities in Britain and Ireland. At the same time timber and stone circles started to appear. What was going on?
Membership of the Macclesfield Literary and Philosophical Society for the 2018-2019 season costs £20 per person which covers entry to all meetings. For those not wishing to become members a guest fee of £5 is payable on the door for each meeting. 18 year-olds and under are admitted free.
Meetings are held at Macclesfield Library, Jordangate, Macclesfield SK10 1EE