Explore Iron Age, Markers, and more!

Explore related topics

Inscribed Stone Found at Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site - ORKNEY, SCOTLAND—A second inscribed stone has been unearthed at the Ness of Brodgar, where archaeologists discovered a large complex of monumental Neolithic buildings in 2002.

Archaeologists discover 'finest ever' piece of Neolithic art that was part of vast temple complex built in Stone uncovered on the Ness of Brodgar in Orkney, Scotland Excavations began in 2003 and buildings and houses have been found

Carved Stone 9 in Gavrinis Dolmen passage grave, Gulf of Morbihan, Larmor-Baden Morbihan, France. The largest and most decorated tomb in Neolithic Europe with 29 six-foot-tall menhirs carved with labyrinthine fingerprints. Built on a hilltop circa 3400 B.C.E. near the stone rows of Carnac, with the sea rise it is now an island in the Morbihan Gulf.

Carved Stone 9 in Gavrinis Dolmen passage grave, Gulf of Morbihan, Larmor-Baden Morbihan, France. The largest and most decorated tomb in Neolithic Europe with 29 six-foot-tall menhirs carved with labyrinthine fingerprints. Built on a hilltop circa.

Adams Calendar 2

STAR GATES: A new discovery of an ancient circular monolithic stone calendar site in Mpumalanga has proven to be at least years old, pre-dating any other structure found to date. Southern Africa holds some of the deepest mysteries in all of human history.

Dolmens of Menga or Antequera (Spain) est: 4000 - 3000 BC. A megalithic burial mound. It is considered to be the largest such structure in Europe.

Dolmens of Menga or Antequera (Spain) est: 4000 - 3000 BC. A megalithic burial mound. It is considered to be the largest such structure in Europe.

Grønhøj Horsens - Denmark - megalithic passagegrave of the funnelbeaker culture  (TBK) - 3300 - 3200 BC - photograph by Aase Gyldion

Grønhøj Horsens - Denmark - megalithic passagegrave of the funnelbeaker culture (TBK) - 3300 - 3200 BC - photograph by Aase Gyldion

Watercolour sketch of Stonehenge, from Lucas de Heere, ‘Corte Beschryvinghe van England, Scotland, ende Irland, England (London), Add MS 28330, f. 36r

Visualising Stonehenge, 16 September Article written by British Library manuscripts expert James Freeman, with early illustrations of Stonehenge.

dolmen

Ancient Mysteries, Rock Formations, Pathways, Portal, Archaeology, Caves, Symbols, Circles, The World

A selection of the 120 or so engraved kerb stones at Knowth. The photo is taken from beside Site 7, looking southwards towards the west entrance. Knowth is a Neolithic passage grave and an ancient monument of Brú na Bóinne in the valley of the River Boyne in Ireland. Knowth is the largest of all passage graves situated within the Brú na Bóinne complex.

The archaeological site, The Boyne Valley dates back to the ancient times of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth. Ireland’s famous prehistoric site features the megalithic ancient tombs.

Pinterest
Search