Standing stones at Pentre Ifan in Pembrokeshire, Wales. This Bronze Age monument, also known as Arthur's Quoit, dates from around 4000-3500 BC. It is thought to have been constructed as a burial chamber and would have originally been covered in earth. The capstone of the chamber is about 5 metres long. Photographed in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales.
The largest man-made mound in Europe, mysterious Silbury Hill compares in height and volume to the roughly contemporary Egyptian pyramids. Probably completed in around 2400 BC, it apparently contains no burial. Though clearly import
"""Do you know Stonehenge, Amesbury, Wiltshire, England? Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument of the most famous in the world. Archaeologists believe it was constructed anywhere from 3000 BC to 2000 BC.
Trevethy Quoit, also known as King Arthur's Quoit, is one of the more impressive burial chambers in Cornwall. Standing at over 15 feet, dates from the Bronze Age period. The capstone is pierced by a hole, the purpose of which is unknown. A small portion o
Holme Timber Circle (Seahenge), discovered on the beach at Holme, Norfolk in The circle of timber posts within the intertidal zone studied and was found to have been constructed in the spring/early summer of 2049 BC, during the Early Bronze Age.