Only one person mentions the possibility of an earth goddess - the film also has Barry Cunliffe, Jim Leary, and Ronald Hutton talking about the people who lived four and half thousand years ago. An odd little film really as its also about Marlborough School, its pupils, and Mound Trust - which feels like a juxtaposition to the archaeology side of it all.
There is something sad about the erosion of tourism to these far off isles. A way of life slowly disrupted by cruise ships and prehistoric tourism, just to get a glimpse of something in the flesh and in doing create more car parks (and roads?) just for the sound of money in the till.
I'm guessing that's right, certainly the same design as many other Anta in the region with the close sometimes overlapping upright support pillars and large open front (will dig a photo out from the other side)
Although I have not visited East Hill, I lived and worked in the area for a year, many years ago, your photo's bring back memories of a long cold winter. Enjoying the photo's from a warm study with the dog sleeping at my feet!