Preface 1. Encyclopaedic memories of the elders 2. Memory spaces, large and small 3. Memory spaces in a modern world 4. A journey through time 5. The ever-changing memory spaces at Stonehenge 6. The megalithic complexes of Avebury and Orkney 7. Newgrange and the passage cairns of Ireland 8. The tall stones and endless rows of Carnac 9. The unparalleled architecture of Chaco Canyon 10. Giants drawings on the desert floor at Nasca 11. Memory spaces across the Americas 12. Polynesian navigators create a unique world on Easter Island Epilogue Acknowledgements About the author Notes Index
Dr Lynne Kelly is a science writer and an Honorary Research Associate at La Trobe University.