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Hierarchies in the Neolithic?

 

 

Carn Wnda Cromlech (Dolmen), Pembrokeshire, Wales

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The Heritage Trust

 

Did Neolithic people have hierarchies? Almost certainly. Writing in the New Historian, Irina Slav, reports that – 80 more words

Ancient Monuments

Three Weeks in Northern Málaga Province

We spent our final three weeks in Spain with a fantastic family in Málaga province that needed Workaway help to get their rental property ready for their summer guests. 1.541 more words

Spain

The Dolmen Theory by John Jenson

A survivor population following the Last Great Cataclysm, 7,000 years ago would have lost most or all of its technology within a few generations, probably not more than 4 or 5, or certainly within 150 years of the event. 58 more words

Marking Time in Co. Waterford

Antiquity is something we tend to take a little bit for granted in Ireland and we are surrounded by signs from the past.

Yesterday, as the world seemed to be caught up in Sunday shopping for Christmas, I found myself drawn to one of the many dolmens which can be found around Co. 86 more words

Connections

A week in Andalucia: Antequera

We took two trips to the town of Antequera, about 45 minutes away. Andalucia.com describes Antequera as ‘the crossroads of Andalucia':

‘A visit to this historical Andalucían town is a journey almost 5,000 years back in time, beginning with the Bronze Age and the native Iberians.

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Historic Landscapes

Object of the month: Blackrock Dolmen

Blackrock Dolmen (1987) a sculpture by Rowan Gillespie
Image credit: Sarah777  at en.wikipedia. Transferred to Commons by User: Gerardus using CommonsHelper. Licensed under Public domain via… 59 more words

Art And Culture

Collective Amnesia.

It’s a bid sad we’ve forgotten who we were.

Megaliths