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A big thank you to all those that attended the 2017 Megalithomania Conference on 20th - 21st May. It was a rollicking success and we very much look forward to seeing you next year. Dates coming soon!

Join us in November in London at the Origins Conference with a fantastic line-up of speakers, followed by an exclusive tour around the British Museum on the Sunday. Details here.


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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CONFERENCE REVIEWS:
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Thynghowe

The Friends of Thynghowe and other local groups will be at the Nottinghamshire Local History and Archaeology Festival Sat 8th July, details in our comments. Thynghowe is a Viking age meeting site in Birklands on the western edge of Sherwood Forest. This site has still to reveal many of its mysteries but it has been an important meeting place for well over a thousand years. It is located on the boundary between three parishes and may once have been an important location on the border of the kingdoms of Northumbria and Mercia.

Hafodygors Wen

Summer Solstice sunrise at Hafodygors Wen in Conwy. Whilst primarily described as a ring cairn, Coflein also make much of the four stones forming a square set into the cairns circumference, postulating a connection with the four posters of Northumberland and Scotland.

Tregrylls Cross

Tregrylls Cross, beside the old church path, in the woods below Tegrylls Farm, 3/4 mile from Lesnewth. A Latin Wayside Cross, discovered in 1988 burried head down in the ground!

Mount Pleasant East

Cairn in Northumberland. A Bronze Age burial cairn of 16m diameter is located in a prominent position east of the summit of Mount Pleasant. The centre of the cairn has been partly mutilated by the construction of a drystone wall enclosure, but some of the kerbstones on the perimeter of the cairn are still distinguishable.

Devil's Jumps

The Devil's Jumps in Sussex is an excellent place for a Summer Solstice event, see the latest comments. Are you having a solstice event? Let us know about it. . Barrow Cemetery in West Sussex. This is the largest linear barrow group in West Sussex, containing five large bell barrows in a line SE-NW. They are supposedly aligned on the sunset at Midsummer solstice. There are 2 other small barrows at the site, one to the south east and one to the north east of the alignment.

JaƩn Temples

Connecting Two Realms - Archaeologists rethink the early civilizations of the Amazon. Pre-Bracamoros culture ceremonial sites in Cajamarca, Peru. Circular buildings with burial vaults, and semi circular walls of mortar and stones weighing up to 200 kg. The sites are estimated to have been used over an 800 year period, and may date to 2000BC.