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Neolithic dew-ponds and cattle-ways

Arthur John Hubbard

Neolithic dew-ponds and cattle-ways

by Arthur John Hubbard

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Published by Longmans, Green and co in London, New York, and Bombay .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stone age -- England,
  • England -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Arthur John Hubbard, M. D., and George Hubbard.
    ContributionsGriffin, Henry.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 115 p. :
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20339597M

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    Jan 28,  · Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Arthur John Hubbard books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattle-Ways. Arthur John B Hubbard. 29 Aug Paperback. US$ Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattle-Ways. Arthur John Hubbard. 11 Sep Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Cissbury Ring is a hectare (acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest north of Worthing in West Sussex. [1] [2] It is owned by the National Trust [3] and is designated a Scheduled monument for its Neolithic flint mine and Iron Age thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com reference: TQ

    Abstract LIKE ``E. A. M''. in NATURE of April 22, I have always been extremely sceptical about Mr. Hubbard's theory of dew-ponds since it first appeared in ``Neolithic Dew-ponds and Cattle-ways''. My own experience of lakes and ponds is that they lose their heat slowly, and that, after radiation has set in at night, they indicate a much higher. Jun 02,  · ‘People have noticed that they rarely run dry, even in the hottest summer, and it is apparent that, during the night, they receive a supply of water sufficient to counter-balance the great drags that are made upon them by cattle and evaporation,’ notes Edward Martin, in a research paper entitled Dew Ponds: History, Observation and Experiment.


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Excerpt from Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattle-Ways Next, although the traces of the work done by neolithic man are probably to be found over the greater part of the world, we shall limit ourselves to our own doorstep, where the interest is most immediate.

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The average donation is $ If everyone chips in $5, we can keep our website independent, strong and ad-free. Right now, a generous supporter will match your donation 2 Pages: Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattle Ways | Last Edition Ltd An early survey of cattle tracks and their association with other prehistoric earthworks - Cissbury Ring, Maumbury Ring, Devil's dyke, Malvern Hills, Firle and Willersley Hill.

Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattle-Ways by Arthur John Hubbard,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Arthur John Hubbard & George Hubbard, Neolithic Dew-ponds and Cattle-ways Second edition, Longmans, Green and Co., London, In this book, first published inthe Hubbard brothers explain their theory that many neolithic enclosures were connected with cattle-keeping.

neolithic dew-pondsand cattle-ways by arthurjohnhubbard,m.d. and georgehubbard,f.s.a.,f.r.i.b.a. withillustrations thirdedition longmans,greenandco. 39paternosterrow. Dew-ponds such as this are only found within the area surrounding these neolithic settlements, and thus a presumption is raised 4 and Cattle- Ways that we may find their origin in the same epoch.

That supposition, moreover, is confirmed in connection with the dew-pond of which we are speaking by the fact that it appears to be thoroughly fortified by a sur- II.

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by Hubbard Artur John. Paperback. New. Lang: eng, Pages Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back []. This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover {HARDCOVER EDITION IS ALSO AVAILABLE.

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Book Threads. Many books have passing references to dew ponds, often regurgitating the myths. Here we are looking for more details. One book springs to mind with regards to dew ponds; a biographical work called 'A Song For Every Season' by Bob Copper (Heinemann ) In it he details how the ponds were maintained at the turn of the 19 th C.

The Author is still alive and living in Peacehaven. The dew-pond will cease to attract the dew if the layer of straw should get wet, as it then becomes of the same temperature as the surrounding earth, and ceases to act as a non-conductor of heat.

This, practically, always occurs if a spring is allowed to {4} flow into the pond. dew-ponds, as was the case at Cissbury and Chanctonbury. Much emphasis is placed on the value of domestic herds to these neolithic settlers and the necessity of protecting their flocks as well as themselves from wild beasts and other enemies.

The illustrations are allAuthor: George Grant MacCurdy. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hubbard, Arthur John, Neolithic dew-ponds and cattle-ways. London, New York and Bombay, Longmans, Green and Co., A dew pond is an artificial pond usually sited on the top of a hill, intended for watering livestock.

Dew ponds are used in areas where a natural supply of surface water may not be readily available. The name dew pond is first found in the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society in Despite the name, their primary source of water is believed to be rainfall rather than dew or mist.

and G. Hubbard in their interesting book, ' Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattle-Ways.' We are told that there still exists at least one wandering gang of men who make the construction of dew-ponds their special work, just as in Mediaeval times there were itinerant bands of masons and bell-founders.

“Soon after the news broke about these published conclusions [regarding the evidence of a Palaeolithic human presence on Malta] and their stark contradiction of the orthodox view on Malta's prehistory, the Italian team distanced itself from its initial Palaeolithic leanings and claimed instead that the depictions in Ghar Hasan are 'out of context' -- which indeed they are if one is only.

This earthwork has a road running through the middle and may suggest the example in Bible Bottom also had a similar use, the Hubbards in their "Neolithic Dew Ponds and Cattle Ways" suggested the structures were cattle counting houses and that there was also a similar example at the Devil's Dyke (The book was published in - 3rd Edition).Arthur J.

Hubbard described a dew pond in his book Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattleways (): "There is [in England] at least one wandering gang of men who will construct for the modern farmer a pond which, in any suitable situation in a sufficiently dry soil, will always contains water.Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattle-ways.

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