Author Biography

Author Biography

Robert John Langdon

Robert John Langdon is a writer, historian and social philosopher who worked as an analyst for the government and some of the largest corporations and education institutes in Britain, including British Telecommunications, Cable and Wireless, British Gas and University of London.

Since his retirement seven years ago, Robert has studied Archaeology, Philosophy and Quantum Mechanics at University College London, Birkbeck College, The City Literature Institute and Museum of London.

He has three children and two grandchildren and lives on the South Downs in East Sussex, where he owns a book shop which sells his literature and associated maps and prints.

Published Book Titles:

The Stonehenge Enigma, ABC Publishing Group, ISBN: 9781907979019, 2010.

The Stonehenge Enigma - second edition, ABC Publishing Group, ISBN: 978190797026, 2013.

13 Ancient Things that Don’t Make Sense in History, ABC Publishing Group, ISBN: 9781907979088, 2014

Silbury's Lost Stone Avenue, ABC Publishing Group, 2015 ISBN: 9781907979101

Planned Future Book Titles:

Dawn of the Lost Civilisation, ABC Publishing Group - TBA

Echoes of Atlantis, ABC Publishing Group – TBA

Other Publications:

Langdon’s Prehistoric Map Series, ABC Publishing Group, Wiltshire UK - 

ISBN: 978-1-907979-48-4; 978-1-907979-51-4; 978-1-907979-52-2; 978-1-907979-49-2; 978-1-907979-53-8; 978-1-907979-54-9; 978-1-907979-50-6; 978-1-907979-55-2; 978-1-907979-56-9.December 2013

Future Publications:

Ancient Wiltshire - Atlas, ABC Publishing Group - TBA

Langdon’s Prehistoric Map Series, ABC Publishing Group, South Downs UK - TBA

Ancient South Downs - Atlas, ABC Publishing Group - TBA

Robert John Langdon

Web site Contributions:

Robert John Langdon's Blog Site -

WHO built Stonehenge?  -

Prehistoric Britain (Official  Web Site) -

WHY was Stonehenge built? -

Stonehenge - 'An inconvenient truth' -

Langdon's Prehistoric Map Series -

13 Ancient Things that don't make sense in History -

HOW Stonehenge was built? -

Britain's top 10 prehistoric sites -

Press Coverage from the First Edition - TSE:

Robert John Langdon - Sunday Express article
Sunday Express - June 2011