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Disclaimers
While the editors of this site will attempt to remove or edit any generally objectionable material as quickly as possible, it is impossible to review every post. Therefore you acknowledge that all posts made to this site express the views and opinions of the author and not the editors or webmaster (except for posts by these people) and hence will not be held liable. You also accept that consequently some posts may be unsuitable for minors.

In contributing to The Modern Antiquarian website, you agree not to post any abusive, obscene, vulgar, slanderous, hateful, threatening, sexually-orientated or any other material that may violate any applicable laws. Doing so may lead to you being immediately and permanently banned. You agree that the webmaster and editors of this site have the right to remove, edit or move any post at any time should they see fit. As a user you agree to any information you have entered being stored in a database. While your personal details will not be disclosed to any third party without your consent the webmaster and editors cannot be held responsible for any hacking attempt that may lead to the data being compromised.

Accuracy of information
As The Modern Antiquarian website is a community effort, it is not always possible to verify the information submitted by users. Before visiting a site, try and establish the validity of it by the posts submitted to this website and by checking maps, web links etc. The webmaster and editors of the The Modern Antiquarian cannot be held responsible for any accidents caused, injuries sustained or crimes committed based on information given on this site.

If this site carries information you know to be false or misleading, please either make a clarifying contribution yourself or email us.

Guidelines for visiting sites
Many of these megalithic sites are situated on private land or on farms. This does not mean that the farmers/landowners have no idea how much you want to see their stones, as local guides and pamphlets will have sent a steady stream of visitors to their doors down the years. But certain behaviour will add to your welcome and, perhaps more importantly, to that of those who come after you.

Here are some points to remember:
  • Always ask permission and park sensibly if you are in a car.
  • Leave gates as you find them (if you open them, shut them behind you) and avoid disturbing the animals.
  • Try to leave with more rubbish than you arrived with and don't dont exempt your own habits from this rule (butts, sweet papers, tea lights, foil, tea bags, you name it).
  • Don't presume that everyone loves your freeform didgeridoo and blaster.
  • Respect the sacredness of these temples and the land on which they stand.
See also: The Charter of Megalithic Webmasters on the Megalithic Portal.
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