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The 2016 Megalithomania Conference was a wonderful success and we thank you all for attending our 10th birthday celebrations! The tours were full, and although the weather tried to stop us, the Megalithomaniacs held strong and we got to see some wonderful sites. We are now planning the 'Origins Conference' in London that takes place on 12th November. See full details of that here and look at where we are touring in 2016 and 2017 here.

 

Tor Webster and Hugh Newman explore Stanton Drew Triple stone circles in Somerset. Includes aerial footage of the site.

Peter Knight leads a Megalithomania tour around Glastonbury Abbey.


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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Hieda Jinja shrine

Standing Stones in Honshū. The ruin of a village where rice cultivation was realized in spite of the cold climate was excavated from under an agricultural field and later reburied back into the earth. This is a ritual site close to the village with 2 stones, which was also excavated.

Ravnsby Glentehøj Jættestue

Combuijs writes: After almost a year of dutiful filling in logs and sorting out photographs, you can see our tour of the Danish Isles here: From Lolland to Langeland. Get started with your own visit log here. Jættestue (Passage Grave) near Maribo. Restored in 1988, the chamber is 8.5 m long and trapeziodal in shape with the width ranging from 2.5m down to 1.5m. The entrance is to the south.

Housesteads Mound

Artificial Mound in Northumberland. A large mound of 4m height and 26m diameter is located near the road opposite of Housesteads Roman fort. The size of this mound might indicate its Neolithic or Bronze Age origin, but the closeness of the fort can point to the Roman period. At the top of the mound there is an 18th century trench of E-W orientation.

Ötzi Village

An archeological open-air museum in Umhausen, Austria which tells the story of the Alps' earliest inhabitants, including the Iceman if the same name.

Feeringbury Puddingstone

News on a stone we had given up on as lost! See also the archive photo from 1952 and the Puddingstone Trail link for more on these intriguing stones.. A puddingstone in Essex which marks the crossing of the River Blackwater. Located next to a petrol pump serving the farm.

Dårskilds Högar

One of Bohuslän's eerie burial grounds located east of Skee. In the Iron Age burial grounds are usually dominated by mounds and stone compositions. Dårskilds Högar stands out thanks to the numerous and exceptionally well-preserved 'judgments rings'.