|Welcome to Wansdyke
Project 21, a unique web-based study which
focuses on the enigmatic, least-known Dark Ages
earthwork, known as Wansdyke. Edited by Robert M. Vermaat,
it features narrative histories, original source
documents and important texts, extensive
bibliographies, reading lists, informative
articles by guest writers, maps, polls and more.
Wansdyke Project 21 is part of Vortigern Studies,
which has the internet's most comprehensive
treatment of Britain's history from the end of
the Roman era to Arthurian times.
Vortigern Studies Index
.Wansdyke Project 21
is part of
is no substitute for an actual visit! I have made
several visits to Wansdyke myself, during my
stays in Britain over the years.
Why not yours?
you also visited wansdyke? Taken some pictures,
by any chance? Would you like to write a short
report of their experience, just some words or a
few pages? I'll guarantee that it gets published
in this part.
join these visitors -contact me!
image shows me, during a visit to East Wansdyke
1996: East Wansdyke - Milk
last visit to date. Another trip to Milk
Hill on East Wansdyke, looking at this
great monument and its place in the
More to come...