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Low Hauxley Submerged Forest (Mesolithic site)

Historic England


Brief Statement on Rescue Recording of an Eroding InterTidal Peat Bed Containing Prehistoric Worked Timber and Human and Animal Footprints
February 2011

Staff from Archaeological Research Services Ltd undertook recording of an inter-tidal peat deposit at Low Hauxley, Northumberland, between the 21st and 23rd December 2010. The work comprised the cleaning (using hand tools) and planning of an area of footprints of both animal and human origin, along with extensive digital photography of the deposit and its context.

The Wrekin (Hillfort)

Viewfinder Panoramas


Panoramic diagram of all the hills you can see from the Wrekin.

Braich y Dinas (Hillfort)

Coflein


Extensive photos of the excavation of the Braich y Dinas hillfort before it was completely destroyed by quarrying in the 20th century.

Kendrick's Cave (Cave / Rock Shelter)

Llandudno Caves


Excellent website detailing the caves on Great Orme.

Unfortunately it indicates that the cave shown in the images on TMA is Elephant's Cave rather than either of Kendrick's Caves.

Flintshire, Denbighshire and Wrexham (Region)

Prehistoric Funerary & Ritual Sites: Denbighshire and East Conwy PROJECT REPORT


Comprehensive survey of prehistoric monuments of Denbighshire and East Conwy.

Opens a pdf.

Maeshowe (Chambered Tomb)

Historic Scotland 3D


New 3D exploration app for Maes Howe from Historic Scotland.

Aviemore (Clava Cairn)

The Urban Prehistorian


"A description of a megalith in the words of others"

Ken Brophy's latest blog

Wales (Country)

Historic Place Names


The List of Historic Place Names of Wales is a groundbreaking and innovative resource that contains hundreds of thousands of place names collected from historical maps and other sources. It provides a fascinating insight into the land-use, archaeology and history of Wales.

Caer Drewyn (Hillfort)

Sketchfab


Annotated 3D model of Caer Drewyn by Mark Walters

Pen-y-Beacon (Cist)

Portable Antiquities Scheme (CPAT)


Lovely barbed and tanged arrowhead found on Hay Bluff/Pen y Beacon and recorded and shared by PAS.

Cornwall

Access to monuments


"A field guide to accessible sites
This is an online guide to accessible monuments in Cornwall, compiled by the Strategic Historic Environment Service of Cornwall Council. It is aimed at anyone with an interest in the countryside, heritage and culture of Cornwall, who wish to get out and experience the wealth of the county’s remarkable sites and monuments.

The range of monuments that can be visited in Cornwall encompass every period of history and prehistory, and reveals insights into changing patterns of agriculture and subsistence, ritual and religion, industry and transport – in short, all facets of human culture over a timespan exceeding 10,000 years.

New sites will be added periodically, so please check back in the future for any newly added sites. Any new additions will be highlighted as such on this page."

Hembury (Causewayed Enclosure)

Hembury Fort


Website dedicated to Hembury fort, including details of conservation and management.

Markinch Hill (Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork)

Living Lomonds


Analysis of the possible origins of the cultivation terraces on Markinch Hill.

Bryn Celli Ddu (Chambered Cairn)

Tinkinswood Community Archaeology


Latest updates from Ffion Reynolds on the 2016 season landscape project, including excavation of Bronze Age cairn close to the chambered tomb and new cupmark discoveries on the ridge.

Tinkinswood (Burial Chamber)

Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage


Detailed report based on evaluation and excavation at Tinkinswood, including the "quarry" area and Bronze Age barrow, led by CADW's Ffion Reynolds.

The Gower Peninsular

Bone Caves of the Gower


Site devoted to the caves of the peninsula, with a gazetteer of sites.

Maen Melyn (Standing Stone / Menhir)

Well Hopper


Blog about the well, with photos, directions and some folklore.

Cissbury Ring (Hillfort)

Antiquity Journal


"The first British Neolithic representational art? The chalk engravings at Cissbury flint mine"

Article by Anne M. Teather

Cantre'r Gwaelod (Mesolithic site)

Cambrian News


Deer antler found on beach at Tywyn thought to be 6000 years old.

Geology Wales


Blog focussing on the Sarn Cynfelyn causeway, a shingle and boulder bank stretching out 7 miles into the sea from Wallog, and in folklore a causeway leading to Caer Wyddno.
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