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It is thought the alignment may have been divided into 'rooms' six to seven meters apart that formed family shrines. To the people of the time water was like a looking glass through which objects and the souls of dead people reached the next world. The gifts placed in the water may have been to prevent retribution (punishment for wrong doing) when a person's soul or spirit entered the next world. Picture and information taken at flag Fen August 5th 2006. Picture taken on 6th August 2006 at Flag Fen, Cambridgeshire.

6th Aug 2006 by Diane Earl


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Bronze Age wood monument causeway wetland engineering worship ritual droveway bridge boundary defence structure feast offering godsrnmuseum Flag Fen

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