Archaeology web log by James Q. Jacobs. It focuses on Avebury, Newgrange and Tara.
A collection of articles by Chris Witcombe, John Michell and Geoffry Ashe taking a 'holistic' approach to the study of ancient sites and landscapes. Megaliths are mixed with Morris dancing, druids and ley lines.
Facts and legends concerning this holy hill. Photos, maps, stories and ley alignments.
M. Turford's text-only guide by county, giving grid references and brief descriptions.
Meteorologist Terence Meaden claims to have discovered carvings of faces and heads in these famous stone circles in Wessex.
Bruce Bedlam shares his unusual theories on how and why Stonehenge was built.
An online guidebook to prehistoric monuments in Scotland which have orientations to the sun, moon or stars.
A campaign to re-establish the Stonehenge Free Festival, and for free access to the Stones for all who come in peace, especially at solstices and equinoxes.
Spatial relationships of a major Neolithic monument complex by James Q. Jacobs.
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