This project concentrates on a small number of lines usually classified as significant because they pass through Glasonbury Tor.
|St. Leonards||London / Dover||TQ-c||Michael||M||11||~2100BC|
|Avebury A6||Wiltshire||SU-c||Holy Ghost||M||50+|
|Uffington Horse Eye||Wiltshire||SU-c||Sariel||F||9||365BC|
The Range / Map columns gives an appropriate starting point to follow the line.
The "Sockburn" line was eventually linked to a major line through the Temple Mount in Jerusalem which was called the "Jerusalem" line.
It is the same line but with two names. Older maps use Sockburn, later maps use Jerusalem.
The Jerusalem line is arguably the most significant line of all.
The Date column refers to a time before which the line did not exist.
For other columns, refer to the About Dowsing section.