- Key part of Folkestone's past is revealed through quern stones
- Archaeologists in Folkestone have discovered a stone works from the Iron Age that could explain where the town gets its name from. A team of volunteers who have been digging at East Cliff uncovered dozens of half-finished quern stones, which were used ...
- Glasgow Museums' first permanent gallery space in 10 years unveiled at People
- Another interesting object is a section of a rotary quern, thought to have been used to grind grain into flour to make bread, which was found near Glasgow Green and could provide evidence that people lived in the vicinity during the Iron Age.
- The Maltese Temple Period's unique religious significance
- It is interesting to note that in some minor temples a communal quern was erected for the grinding of corn where a ceremonial activity was held, embodying the pious hope of the deity granting fertility to the soil the following year.
- Myst-Like 'Quern' Hopes for Kickstarter Success
- Even non-adventure gaming fans should pay respects to Myst, one of the first PC games to really generate mainstream appeal for this industry. Because of its massive impact it only makes sense that tons of folks remain inspired by the title.
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