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Thank you to everyone who attended the 2015 Megalithomania Conference in Glastonbury, UK. It took place on Saturday 9th May at Glastonbury Town Hall with a distinguished line-up of Megalithomaniacs, plus extra activities on the Friday and Sunday. We have lots of photo's and the videos are coming soon. Here are a few here!

We are now planning our big London Conference co-organised with Andrew Collins called the Origins Conference. It's at the Arts Two theatre in Queen Mary University of London. This short video introduces the Origins 2015 event, scheduled for Saturday, November 7th at this venue. Speakers include Graham Hancock, Lynn Picknett, Clive Prince, Danny Hilman Natawidjaja, Jim Vieira, Andrew Collins and myself. Plus there will be a Sunday walkabout around London's East End seeing the sites there, where Andrew shall be talking about its pentagonal geometry, the Hawksmoor churches, and the Jack the Ripper mystery. Full details and early-bird tickets here

 

In this video Andrew Collins and Hugh Newman visit Sanliurfa Museum that has most of the Göbekli Tepe artifacts and statues. They describe each piece and discuss the similarities to Peru and other ancient cultures. The new and improved "ArcheoPark' museum is now open with many artifacts that have never been on display that is part an upcoming tour in September 2015. www.andrewcollins.com/page/events/Gobekli_break_0515.htm.


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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ROBERT TEMPLE
MICHAEL TELLINGER
ANTOINE GIGAL
KLAUS DONA
HUGH NEWMAN

FRANCINE BLAKE
JOHN MAJOR JENKINS

SEMIR OSMANAGICH
BRIEN FOERSTER
MICHAEL CREMO
BETHE HAGENS
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WALTER CRUTTENDEN


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Cemmo 3

Create your own digital artwork inspired by Valle Camonica. This boulder with masterly rock carvings from the copper age (4200-4800 BP) was found at Cemmo in Val Camonica, Lombardia. It is part of the UNESCO World heritage site.

Carwynnen Quoit

The Sustainable Trust request your vote in the 2015 Historic England Angel Awards for the rescue and renovation of Carwynnen Quoit. They are up against 15 other projects for the award. More details in the comments on our page. The Sustainable Trust managed to raised the funds to buy this once ruined scheduled ancient monument set in 5 acres of land, to allow access to the road. Excavation and restoration of the Quoit was completed in June 2014. The photograph opposite shows the now wonderful Carwynnen Quoit, A real treat for anyone that had ever visited this once sad pile of stones.

Conjunto MegalĂ­tico de Vale de Rodrigo

The monuments from Vale de Rodrigo in Alentejo are a well preserved group of megalithic monuments, composed of an Artificial Mound, a Menhir (Vale de Rodrigo 1) and two antas or dolmens (Vale de Rodrigo 2 and 3).

Eggardon Hill

One of the best hillforts in Dorset. Some complain that the problem with hillforts is that they are on hills! Eggardon Hill is minimum effort, maximum reward, and is best approached on the promontory from the east, having come along the line of the Roman Road.

Dun Connavern

Dun in Isle of Skye. This Iron Age dun is located on a rocky knoll NW of Culnacnoc. The outer wall-face is particularly well-preserved in the eastern part of the structure, its western part is much less articulated. There are no clear remains of the entrance nor internal spaces.

Marden Henge

The 4000-year-old remains of a building unearthed at Marden Henge, also the skeleton of a Bronze Age teenager of the same approximate date at nearby Wilsford Henge. See the latest comments on our page. Marden Henge is the largest henge in Britain enclosing 14 hectares (Avebury encloses 11.5 and Durrington Walls encloses 12). It was dug by the Vale of Pewsey University of Reading field school in summer 2015.