ASLAN Hub is a website featuring articles, news and research on Ancient Sites, Landscapes, Archaeology and Natural history.
As you may have noticed, ASLAN is the acronym we are using for our main subject areas of focus. ‘Aslan’ happens to be a Turkic word for ‘Lion’. It is also the name of the fictional lion in The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis.
ASLAN Hub is mainly for those with an amateur interest in subjects we cover, although it may be of interest to those with a professional interest as well. It is for those who seek a deeper understanding of our land and landscape, of human history and origins, and of ancient mysteries.
Areas of focus…
The main subject areas covered are:
Ancient Sites – well-known places around the world that are of historic, prehistoric or cultural significance
Landscapes – pathways and tracks, earthworks and other large-scale endeavors that have altered the human landscape
Archaeology – new finds and discoveries that change the way we view our past, and our origins
Natural history – all creatures great and small, from dinosaurs to microbes, and not forgetting plant-life as well
The geographical focus is the British Isles and Northern Europe (with occasional articles on places further afield). The chronological focus is everything before 1000 AD (with occasional straying into more recent times).
Comments and feedback…
We’d love to get your views on the topics we write about on ASLAN Hub – you can ‘like’ and ‘share’ at the bottom of each post, and make comments in the “Leave a Reply” box.
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Last but definitely not least, we welcome the submission of articles for publication on ASLAN Hub – here are the contributor guidelines. Please do get in touch if you have any ideas for an article, or other kinds of content that would appeal to our readers.
Thanks for dropping by
Mark – Editor – ASLAN Hub