Megalithkultur in Korsika

Latitude: 41.529559N. Longitude: 8.918266E. On the Plain of Cauria (Plateau de Cauria), 15 kms to the southwest of Sartè (Sartène) on the Island of Corsica, (France), stands the most famous Corsican Megalithic structure: the Dolmen of Fontanaccia, Funtanaccia Dolmen, or ‚Stazzona del Diavolu‘ (the Devil’s Forge), which dates from the late Neolithic/early Bronze Age. This very important prehistoric burial chamber […]

über Dolmen of Fontanaccia, Plain of Cauria, Corsica, (France) — The Journal Of Antiquities


Dolmen weltweit

THE ARTICLE AND FACTS ABOUT ANCIENT KOREAN DOLMENS HERE A dolmen (/ˈdɒlmɛn/) is a type of single-chamber megalithic tomb, usually consisting of two or more vertical megaliths supporting a large flat horizontal capstone („table“), although there are also more complex variants. Most date from the early Neolithic (4000–3000 BC). Dolmens were typically covered with earth or smaller stones to form a tumulus. In […]

über Ancient Dolmens For History Dummies Part 1 w/ #TheHistoryHeretic #JovanHuttonPulitzer — History Heretic – Jovan Hutton Pulitzer

Dolmen im Mondlicht

Zahlreiche Gravuren auf dem Deckstein des Dolmen Hendraburnick Quoit in Cornwall sind nur im Mondlicht zu sehen. Truro (Großbritannien) – Auf den Steinen des Hendraburnick Quoit, einem Dolmengrab nahe Davidstow in Cornwall, haben Archäologen zusätzlich zu den bereits bekannten 13 Gravuren 105 weitere Steinzeichnungen entdeckt, die auf fast schon magische Weise nur bei Mond- und Fackelschein […]

über Mondschein bringt unbekannte Gravuren auf Megalithen zum Vorschein — Wissenschaft-Mysterien-Legenden-Geschichte

Das Geheimnis der Steine

In the latest issue of Current Archaeology magazine (324, February 2017) the feature article asks ‘How should we study ancient stone monuments?’ Previous categorisations have expended great ingenuity on cataloguing the monuments according to ever more intricate typologies. Now a survey of the Neolithic monuments of Pembrokeshire is applying simpler classifications and focusing on what these edifices meant to […]

über Rethinking the Stones of Neolithic Pembrokeshire — Landscape and Monumentality