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Anglesey (County)

Welsh History Month: A tale of two tombs ...

"The island of Anglesey has a personality all of its own. Sheltered in the lee of Snowdonia, it is the only area of fertile and accessible land in a region of high and barren mountains. It is, therefore, not surprising that settlers have been drawn to its shores from the dawn of history. And they have left us some of the most inspiring monuments in Wales."

Megalithic tour of Anglesey

Rushy Platt Bowl Barrow (Barrow / Cairn Cemetery)

English Heritage list entry and description

Hill of Tara

YouTube - Traces of the Past

Tara Lidar HD.

Uffington White Horse (Hill Figure)

"The Flight of the White Horse"

Poems and illustrations by Giles Watson

Vespasian's Camp (Hillfort)

Live Science

Wild Auroch hunting near the site of Stonehenge.

Avebury (Stone Circle)

Between the Monuments

Josh Pollard talks about new National Trust research at Avebury.

Clearwell Caves (Ancient Mine / Quarry)

Clearwell Caves - ancient ochre and iron ore mine

Ochre and iron ore mined here for thousands of years.


3D Scanning of the Chiseldon Cauldrons at Southampton University

A short video of the scanning technology revolutionising archaeology,

The Shetland Isles

The Tower People of Shetland

Grianan of Ailech (Stone Fort / Dun)

Grianan of Aileach


The Great Stones Way

Being developed by the Friends of the Ridgeway

Hangman's Stone, Hampnett (Holed Stone)

Celia Haddon's Hangman's Stone Page

Some useful information and folklore about Hangman's Stones.

The Gower Peninsular

Bus Services on the Gower Peninsular

Many thanks to thesweetcheat for this link - am adding as a link because I don't want to lose sight of it (I think my laptop is on the blink).

Callanish and its Environs

Cinematic Scotland 'Brave' tour of Callanish

A lovely little film of Callanish plus still photos.

Danebury (Hillfort)

The Museum of the Iron Age, Andover

Visited this museum in Andover on a return visit to Danebury. Excellent and atmospheric museum, constructed as a round house inside (though in a conventional building). A great place for a family outing with lots to learn. One display focuses on the animals and plantlife that were around at the time. I learnt that the cockeral, goose and hare were held as sacred and never eaten. The raven was a symbol of darkness and death though also associated with foretelling the future.

Also - something I've never seen before, a hologram of the Lindow Man. Very realistic.

Old Bewick (Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art)

British Rock Art Blog

The Jan Brouwer Trail

A great way to commemorate Jan Brouwer and all the work he did for rockartuk.

Danebury (Hillfort)



North Wessex Downs AONB - Bus walks

Ten walks accessible by bus taking in some of the archaeology of the North Wessex AONB.

Priddy Circles (Henge)

Online petition to stop people damaging heritage sites

This has been posted extensively on Facebook and am surprised not to see it here.

Most TMA members have signed already but just in case you missed it .... please sign.

Thank you
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Passionate about:
Nature; stone circles and all ancient sites that involve walking through unspoilt countryside/being near the sea; islands around the the British Isles, especially those with ancient monuments.

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