Standing Stones of Stenness
The Standing Stones of Stenness is a Neolithic monument five miles northeast of Stromness on the mainland of Orkney, Scotland. This may be the oldest henge site in the British Isles. Various tradition...
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List of hill forts in Scotland
This page lists hill forts in Scotland. Hill forts typically date from the Bronze and Iron Ages. Typically, they only survive as earthworks today, although remains of vitrified forts are found through...
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Allasdale
7°30′07″W / 57.001°N 7.502°W / 57.001; -7.502Allasdale (Scottish Gaelic: Allathasdal) is a settlement on Barra in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. The settlement is also with...
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Dun Guaidhre
Dun Guaidhre (Fort of Godfrey or Godred) is an Iron Age fort southwest of Kilmeny, Islay, Scotland. It is protected as a scheduled monument.
6°10′15″W / 55.8067°N 6.1707°W...
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Mutiny Stones
The Mutiny Stones are a megalithic monument in the Lammermuir Hills, Scotland.Situated on Byrecleugh Rig, the nearest centre of habitation is at Longformacus, some four miles away.The monument is cons...
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Tomb of the Eagles
The Tomb of the Eagles, or Isbister Chambered Cairn, is a Neolithic chambered tomb located on a cliff edge at Isbister on South Ronaldsay in Orkney, Scotland. First explored by Ronald Simison, a farme...
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Dunadd
Dunadd, (Scottish Gaelic Dùn Ad, 'fort on the [River] Add'), is an Iron Age and later hillfort near Kilmartin in Argyll and Bute, Scotland and believed to be the capital of the ancient kingdom of Dál ...
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Ballymeanoch
Ballymeanoch (Scottish Gaelic: Baile Meadhonach - the middle settlement) is a complex of neolithic structures located in Kilmartin Glen, Scotland. It includes an avenue of two rows of standing stones...
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Spurryhillock
Spurryhillock is a mesolithic archaeological site and modern industrial estate at Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Historical features in the local area include Fetteresso Castle, Ury House, S...
Kilmartin Glen
Kilmartin Glen is an area in Argyll not far from Kintyre, which has one of the most important concentrations of Neolithic and Bronze Age remains in Scotland. The glen is located between Oban and Loch...
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Caterthun
Caterthun, or the Caterthuns, is a ridge of hills near the city of Brechin in Angus, Scotland. The Caterthuns are notable for being the site of two Iron Age forts known as the White Caterthun and the ...
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Ness of Brodgar
Ness of Brodgar is an archaeological site covering 2.5 hectares (6.2 acres) between the Ring of Brodgar and the Stones of Stenness in the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site near Loch of Har...
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Warren Field
Warren Field is the location of a mesolithic calendar monument built about 8,000 BCE. It includes 12 pits believed to correlate with phases of the Moon and used as a lunar calendar. It is considered t...
Sunhoney
Sunhoney is a stone circle of the recumbent type, which is common in the Grampian region, in particular at the River Dee. Sunhoney is situated about 2 km west of Echt in Aberdeenshire.The diamete...
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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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Grey Cairns of Camster
The Grey Cairns of Camster are two large Neolithic chambered cairns located about 8.5 miles (13.7 km) south of Watten and 5 miles (8.0 km) north of Lybster in Caithness, in the Highland regi...
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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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Ring of Brodgar
The Ring of Brodgar (or Brogar, or Ring o' Brodgar) is a Neolithic henge and stone circle about 6 miles north-east of Stromness on the Mainland, the largest island in Orkney, Scotland. It is part of t...
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Steinacleit
Steinacleit is a prehistoric archeological site on the west coast of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. The site consists of an array of boulders which marks what is left of a chambered cairn, ...
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Fir Bhreige
Na Fir Bhreige (which can be translated from Gaelic into English as "The False Men") is a set of three standing stones on the Isle of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides. They lie on the northwestern sl...
Barnhouse Settlement
The Neolithic Barnhouse Settlement is sited by the shore of Loch of Harray, Orkney Mainland, Scotland, not far from the Standing Stones of Stenness, about 5 miles north-east of Stromness.It was discov...
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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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Balquhain
Balquhain, also known as Balquhain Stone Circle, The Chapel of Garioch or Inveramsay, is a recumbent stone circle 3 miles (4.8 km) from Inverurie in Scotland.
It is located in farmland at an ...
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Black Hill (South Lanarkshire)
3°51′37″W / 55.6708°N 3.8602°W / 55.6708; -3.8602The Black Hill in South Lanarkshire is owned by the National Trust for Scotland. It overlooks the Clyde Valley, and is the loc...
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