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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.

 

In this Megalithomania video Hugh Newman interviews archaeologists Mike Parker Pearson and Julian Richards and discusses the Durrington Walls dig with archaeoastronomer Simon Banton. Includes aerial footage of the site.

 

Angkor Wat & the Mayan Connection: The Pyramid of Baksei Chamkrong in Cambodia. Explore Angkor Wat and these amazing temples, as well as Gunung Padang in Java in March 2017: www.megalithomania.co.uk/sacredrealms2017.html


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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The Megalithic Portal meets Google Earth

Celebrating ten years of Megalithic Portal meets Google Earth!. If you are a new visitor you may not know we offer downloads to view the locations of the tens of thousands of sites in our database on Google Earth and in various GPS and satnav formats (GPX, Garmin and CSV). You can select which countries, regions, counties or site types you are interested in and download these individually as KML data files. Or you can slurp everything in one go as a zipped KMZ, but be aware that loading 25000+ points will probably slow Google Earth down unless you have a powerful system.

Braidwood Fort

Hillfort in Midlothian. The Iron Age multivallate hillfort on Camp Hill was built in two phases. The first one consisted of a single bank with timber palisade, the second one included construction of two bank and ditches. The outline of the fort is easy to distinguish, with the entrance in the SW part of the earthworks. The excavations revealed that the site was occupied at least till the 2nd century AD.

Dun Fiadhairt

On the Fiadhairt peninsula is one of the best preserved brochs on the Isle of Skye. It retains its inner and outer walls, a covered passageway between them and two entrances. The remnants of the circular structure can be seen on top of the cnoc.

Laxe da Forneiriña

Rock Art in Galicia, Spain. Part of the Parque Arqueológico del Arte Rupestre (PAAR). See the nearby sites list for more. There is also a visitor centre.

Kinik Hoyuk

Excavations at Kınık Mound in the Central Anatolian province of Niğde unearth a 2,500-year-old temple from the Persian era. . Ancient Settlement in Nigde Province, Turkey. The citadel of the site is an approx. 20 m high mound, 180m in diameter, rising on a roughly square terrace, which is 300m wide.

Tzippori

Archaeological discoveries in Galilee over the summer tell a story that differs from the standard description of the devastation in the country following the Great Revolt of the Jews against the Romans. See the most recent comments on our page for more.. Tzippori is located in the central Galilee region, 6km north-northwest of Nazareth, in modern-day Israel. The site holds a rich and diverse historical and architectural legacy that includes Assyrian, Hellenistic, Judean, Babylonian, Roman, Byzantine, Islamic, Crusader, Arabic and Ottoman influences.