EARLY BRITSH TRACKWAYS BY Alfred WATKINS


    Alfred Watkins 7 Presume a primitive people, with few or no enclosures, wanting a few necessities (as salt, flint flakes, and, later on, metals) only to be had from a distance. The shortest way to such a distant point was a straight line, the human way of attaining a straight line is by sighting, and accordingly all these


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