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The Megalithomania 2015 Lectures are now available to download as MP4s. The Box-Set includes the Speakers Forum featuring all the speakers plus JOHN NEAL and CHRISTINE RHONE. There is also an extended workshop by Chris H. Hardy.

The 2016 Megalithomania Conference is taking place at the Glastonbury Town Hall on 7th - 8th May. Its a two-day event with tours (TBC) on the Friday and Monday. Get your discounted early-bird tickets here.

 

Hugh Newman meets up with Megalithomania 2016 keynote speaker, and archaeologist Julian Richards at Stonehenge to discuss the strange axe and dagger carvings on the trilithons. Julian starred in the TV show "Meet the Ancestors". They also discuss the extreme age of the three post holes in the car park, and connections around the world, as well as a brief discussion about giant skeletons discovered at Stonehenge and in the surrounding mounds. Julian's website: www.archaemedia.co.uk


Anyway, we look forward to seeing you fellow Megalithomaniacs on one of our expeditions or conferences this year and wish you all well.

Hugh Newman - Megalithomaniac


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Sa Coveta

Burial Chamber in Mallorca. This small pre-talayotic dolmen is located east of Son Real necropolis. The chamber is irregular in shape and it does not have any capstones left. Next to the dolmen there is a wooden platform which offers great views of the coast.

Help Micropasts capture Radiocarbon dates from archaeological fieldwork reports

The latest application from Micropasts is looking for help to search through UK archaeological fieldwork reports for mention of radiocarbon dates, to get them added to a central database. Having access to widespread site dating information has become increasingly useful to researchers, above and beyond their immediate role in providing a chronology for a particular archaeological site.

Gryet Bautasten

A group of 66 standing stones, the largest collection in Bornholm, Denmark

Trewey Hill

Cairn, Tumulus and Hut Circle in Cornwall, not far from the better known Zennor sites. A highlight is the strangely wonderful Gundry Cae Tumulus with it's large kerbstones. Cae means cave so the tumulus must once have had a chamber.

Cahokia

The latest research and discoveries at Cahokia are examined in America's Hidden Pyramid City: Ancient Mysteries, shown recently on UK Channel 5, available to watch online. Also, archaeologists question the great Cahokia flood theory. See the comments on our page for more. Ancient City in Madison and St. Clair Counties, Illinois. A few miles west of Collinsville are the remains of a Mississippian city now called Cahokia. The site was inhabited between 700-1400AD, with its peak being around 1050-1200AD. The city is famous for its 120 plus mounds constructed and enlarged on several occasions during the city’s habitation.

Cahokia - Mound 72

Strontium analysis of Human Sacrifice victims' teeth from Cahokia shows they were locals, not ‘foreign’ Captives, see the most recent comment on our page. Artificial Mound in St. Clare County, Illinois. A burial mound sited south of the central plaza of the city of Cahokia. Extensive excavations in the 1970's discovered multiple smaller mounds had been incorporated into this single structure 130' by 70' and 6' high.