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Asheldham Camp (Plateau Fort)

Asheldham Camp - Essex Family History


GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
14th January 2018ce

Cornwall

The Threat to Cornwall's Heritage by Elizabeth Dale


Cornwall is blessed with a long and fascinating history. Although visitors are often drawn to the county by the so called ‘Poldark effect’ many more are also seeking out our enigmatic prehistoric monuments. Elizabeth Dale investigates the hidden threat to this precious heritage.
moss Posted by moss
14th January 2018ce

Carreg Hir (Standing Stone / Menhir)

Carreg Hir Standing Stone


"This standing stone, known as Carreg Hir, is now in the yard of Cwrt Sart Comprehensive School, Briton Ferry, Neath Port Talbot, having been re-erected on a concrete base. When originally put up it would have been on a low hillslope overlooking the River Neath."

This school has now been rebuilt and named Ysgol Carreg Hir after the standing stone.
tjj Posted by tjj
10th January 2018ce

Delfour (Clava Cairn)

Stones Of Wonder


Good description and some handy info about the cairn. Couple of nice photos as well.
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
3rd January 2018ce

The Devil's Arrows (Standing Stones)

The Smell of Water - The Devil's Arrows


fitzcoraldo Posted by fitzcoraldo
10th December 2017ce

Eire

Irish National Folklore Collection


[T]he National Folklore Collection UCD, [is] an institute recognised as one of Europe’s largest archives of oral tradition and cultural history. Visitors to the Collection are invited to explore a large selection of books, manuscripts, audio recordings, videos and photographs, drawings and paintings dealing with Irish life, folk history and culture.
ryaner Posted by ryaner
6th December 2017ce

Penchrise Pen (Hillfort)

Youtube


Nice wintry film of the fort.
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
8th November 2017ce

Canmore


Beautiful winter scenes of the fort.
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
7th November 2017ce

Westerton (Standing Stone / Menhir)

Canmore


Interesting picture.
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
4th November 2017ce

Ardrahan (Standing Stone / Menhir)

IrishMegaliths.org.uk


If you want to see Ardrahan phallus stone in all its glory....
Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
2nd November 2017ce

Carrowmore Complex

The Sacred Island


The Sacred Island provides among others a section for Carrowmore with a clickable map and extensive information for all tombs of the Carrowmore Complex
Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
1st November 2017ce

Emblance Downs (Stone Circle)

Emblance Downs Twin Circles


Earlier this year the TimeSeekers volunteer clearance group highlighted three or four stone circles on Bodmin Moor that could benefit from a vegetation clearance and general tidy up. The twin circles on Emblance Downs were two such circles, so, after gaining the necessary approval from the Landowner, Natural England and Historic England, we were set to commence our work on the 21st August.
moss Posted by moss
31st October 2017ce

Slaterich (Cist)

Slaterich Cists


Cists.
Howburn Digger Posted by Howburn Digger
21st October 2017ce

Toe Head (Broch)

Canmore


Details of the excavations and some lovely aerial photos.
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
7th October 2017ce

Thing's Va (Broch)

Canmore


More about the Iron Age Broch.
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
4th October 2017ce

Rudston Monolith (Standing Stone / Menhir)

Cursuses relating to the Rudston Monolith


The Rudston cursus group consists of four cursuses stretching along the bottom and sides of the Great Wold Valley. At least one end of each of the monument are to be found on the elevated chalk ridges which surround Rudston. The valley contains the Gypsey Race, one of the rare streams across the chalklands, and two of the cursuses (A and C) cross this stream. The Rudston group contains an unparalleled concentration of cursus monuments. Cursus A is the southern most of the group. The southern end of the cursus survives as an earthwork and the remainder is visible on air photographs as two parallel ditches. The cursus is 2700 metres long by circa 58 metres, it tapers to 41 metres at the south terminal. Cursus A is the only one of the group where both ends are visible, both of the terminals are square in plan. The earthwork was excavated in the mid 19th century by Greenwell and showed what appeared to be a round barrow raised upon the surface of a long mound. This excavation produced six burials (two with Beakers), only one of which Greenwell considered to be primary, and a considerable amount of pottery. These burials were inserted into the south end of the cursus monument in the early bronze age. Greenwell also found sherds of earlier Neolithic pottery, along with worked flint and animal bones on the ground surface beneath the bank of the cursus. A second excavation across the west ditch in 1958 recovered 24 small pieces of Beaker pottery from the bottom 18 inches of the ditch fill, excluding the primary fill, and 4 larger pieces from the primary fill. There is evidence to suggest that the ditch was recut at this point explaining the presence of the later pottery.
moss Posted by moss
30th September 2017ce

The Cheesewring (Rocky Outcrop)

Stowe's Hill and Cheesewring Panorama


A 360° panoramic tour of Stowe's Hill and the Cheesewring
Posted by RoyReed
29th September 2017ce

Showery Tor (Ring Cairn)

Showery Tor Panorama


A 360° panorama of Showery Tor
Posted by RoyReed
29th September 2017ce

Trippet Stones (Stone Circle)

Trippet Stones Panorama


A 360° panorama of the Trippet Stones
Posted by RoyReed
29th September 2017ce

Stannon (Stone Circle)

Stannon Panorama


A 360° panorama of the Stannon Stone Circle
Posted by RoyReed
29th September 2017ce

Louden Stone Circle

Louden Hill Panorama


A 360° panorama of the Louden Hill Stone Circle
Posted by RoyReed
29th September 2017ce

Fernacre (Stone Circle)

Fernacre Panorama


A 360° panorama of the Fernacre Stone Circle
Posted by RoyReed
29th September 2017ce

The Hurlers (Stone Circle)

Hurlers Panorama


A 360° panorama of the Hurlers
Posted by RoyReed
29th September 2017ce

Men-An-Tol (Holed Stone)

Man-an-Tol Panorama


A 360° panorama of Men-an-Tol
Posted by RoyReed
29th September 2017ce

Lanyon Quoit (Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech)

Lanyon Quoit Panorama


A 360° panoramic tour of Lanyon Quoit
Posted by RoyReed
29th September 2017ce
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