Coombe Hill, East Sussex
Coombe Hill or Combe Hill is the name of a hill near Jevington in the English county of East Sussex. It is the site of a Neolithic causewayed enclosure and much later archaeological evidence.Built aro...
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Timeline of prehistoric Scotland
This timeline of prehistoric Scotland is a chronologically ordered list of important archaeological sites in Scotland and of major events affecting Scotland's human inhabitants and culture during the ...
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Winsford, Somerset
3°33′55″W / 51.0993°N 3.5652°W / 51.0993; -3.5652Winsford is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England, located about 5 miles (8 km) north-west of Dulverton.It is w...
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Fleam Dyke
0°14′31″E / 52.166°N 0.242°E / 52.166; 0.242Fleam Dyke is an earthwork in eastern Cambridgeshire, England, it was generally assumed to be Anglo-Saxon of origin. As a few pot...
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Hill O Many Stanes
The Hill O Many Stanes is a south-facing hillside (at grid reference ND295384) in Mid Clyth, about 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) south of Wick in Caithness, in the Highland area of Scotland, which has a...
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The Warbanks
The Warbanks are an archaeological site comprising irregular earthworks that straddle the A134 in the Suffolk parishes of Lawshall, Cockfield and Shimpling.
The Warbanks are ancient defensive ditc...
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Grimspound
Grimspound is a late Bronze Age settlement, situated on Dartmoor in Devon, England. It consists of a set of 24 hut circles surrounded by a low stone wall. The name was first recorded by the Reverend R...
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Normanton Down Barrows
Normanton Down is a Neolithic and Bronze Age barrow cemetery located south of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England. The burials date from between 2600 and 1600 BC and consists of a Neolithic long barrow ...
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Stanton Drew stone circles
Aerial video of the great circle and north east circle at Stanton Drew stone circlesThe Stanton Drew stone circles are just outside the village of Stanton Drew in the English county of Somerset. The...
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Mayburgh Henge
2°44′48″W / 54.64889°N 2.74655°W / 54.64889; -2.74655Mayburgh Henge is a large prehistoric monument in the county of Cumbria in northern England. The Henge is in the care of E...
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Liddle Burnt Mound
Liddle Burnt Mound is a Bronze Age site on the island of South Ronaldsay, Orkney. The site consists of the remains of a building and a mound that surrounds it on three sides. The purpose of the site i...
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Prehistoric Orkney
Prehistoric Orkney refers to a period in the human occupation of the Orkney archipelago of Scotland that was the latter part of these islands' prehistory. The period of prehistory prior to occupation ...
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Eildon Hill
Eildon Hill lies just south of Melrose, Scotland in the Scottish Borders, overlooking the town. The name is usually pluralised into "the Eildons" or "Eildon Hills", because of its triple peak. The 1,3...
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Caer Lêb
Caer Lêb is a prehistoric site on the Welsh island of Anglesey, west of Brynsiencyn. Its name means "Leaven Castle". It is a low-lying site near the Afon Braint with a double row of pentangular banks ...
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Stone circles in the British Isles and Brittany
The stone circles in the British Isles and Brittany were constructed as a part of a megalithic tradition that lasted from 3,300 to 900 BCE, during the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age. Educated est...
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Ringlemere barrow
1°17′28″E / 51.263149°N 1.291066°E / 51.263149; 1.291066The Ringlemere barrow is an archaeological site near Sandwich in the English county of Kent most famous as being the fi...
Devil's Humps, Stoughton
The Devil's Humps (also known as the Kings' Graves) are four Bronze Age barrows situated on Bow Hill on the South Downs near Stoughton, West Sussex. They are situated on a downland ridgeway crossed by...
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Round Loaf
Round Loaf is a late-Neolithic or Bronze Age tumulus on Anglezarke Moor in the West Pennine Moors near Chorley in Lancashire, England. The bowl barrow is a scheduled monument considered to be of natio...
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Bush Barrow
Bush Barrow is a site of the early British Bronze Age (ca. 2000 BC), at the western end of the Normanton Down Barrows cemetery. It is among the most important sites of the Stonehenge complex, having p...
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Mine Howe
Mine Howe is a prehistoric subterranean man-made chamber dug 20 feet deep inside a large mound. It is located in the Tankerness area of Orkney, about 5 miles (8 km) southeast of Kirkwall, the cap...
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Little Meg
Little Meg (also known as the Maughanby circle) is a small circle of large kerb stones which probably surrounded a Bronze Age kerb cairn. It is close to the village of Langwathby to the north-east of...
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