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By Guy Ogilvy

ISBN-10: 0802715400

ISBN-13: 9780802715401

ISBN-10: 1904263526

ISBN-13: 9781904263524

Старинные рецепты - клей, лаки, краски, препараты травяные - настойки и масла, в том числе магических формул и практики алхимии. Средневековая лаборатория и кухня, мифические рецепты и смеси.

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Probably those on the outskirts did feel resentful of the tough types hogging all the heat in the middle, but if the camp should be attacked by marauding beast or hostile humans, who had to grab blazing brands from the fire as quickly as possible and fight off the danger? Only the warrior-hunters were useful here. No one else was likely to deny these defenders their rights to a fireside place determined by their own particular stones. Yet warriors alone would not keep the clan together in the numbers they now realised afforded them all their best chances of living.

Altogether a disaster for all concerned. Every human grouping in those far-off days must have experienced events of this kind to intolerable degrees of endurance. We do the same these days somewhat differently, but otherwise the fundamentals seem uncomfortably familiar. We shall never know who was the first man, probably driven to desperation, who had the bright idea of marking his particular place by the fire with some special stone and defying anyone else to touch it. Whoever he was, he must have been fairly skilled or strong, or in some way highly respected and perhaps feared by the others.

It also served as a fortified enclosure in emergency since it was defensively pallisaded, although this was not its chief function. First and foremost, it was intended to be the centre of local civilisations and a common point where members of included families might deal peacefully and profitably with each other for the sake of better living all round. Here also they could meet others from different tribes or lands, and do business and pleasure together. Call it an Exchange, a Capitol, or better still a Round Table, for this was the forerunner of Arthurian and other chivalric Codes, but however the early Stone Circles are termed, they were most certainly places where all the principles of modern civics came from.

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