Around 829 CE1 the Monk Nennius2 appears3 to have compiled a series of historical documents into the Historia Brittonum - the "History of Britain"4. Appended to the end of some copies of this History that we have today are a series of "Wonders"5, in the vein of the "Seven Wonders of the World"6. Only Nennius' Wonders are different: they aren't constructed by people: they are, instead, a mix of the geographical7 and mythological, rooted in the very foundations of Britain8.
This website will help you learn more about Nennius' Wonders: their art and science, and the way in which they act as pins, fastening Britain today to a hidden landscape of dark age mythology.
Click one of the links to the left to find out more about the Wonders, and why they were regarded as miraculous. Alternatively, you might like more information on the background of the list.