I have noticed that my Waun Mawn study has now reached 5,000 reads on Researchgate. That makes it one of my most popular articles -- and it's particularly gratifying because this is a sober study which takes a careful look at the evidence in the ground and seeks to explain it in the most rational way possible.
In the article I also take a look at the three seasons of fieldwork by Mike Parker Pearson and his team, and examine some of the claims made in various publications.
I have updated the article occasionally, and we are now on the ninth version, with changes made in response to new developments and evidence, and comments received from readers. That's the beauty of "working papers", as distinct from journal papers that are frozen in time and that are out of date effectively as soon as they are published. Now I will have to do a tenth version, in response to the recent papers which demonstrate that I have been right all along, that there are no links between Waun Mawn and the fantastical "bluestone quarries", that there is no "lost circle", and that there is nothing here showing any association with Stonehenge..
All in all, it's nice to see that there are readers out there who want to see sound fieldwork and scientific scrutiny instead of the latest version of bluestone mythology.