Category Archives: Materiality

Bluestone Land Route Established

It has long been known that the bluestones of Stonehenge came from the Preseli Hills of west Wales, 230km from Salisbury Plain, and recently Geologists and Archaeologists have identified their exact geological source at two quarries Carn Goedog and Craig … Continue reading

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Material Selection in Megalithic Monuments

“There is an indelible myth about the Preselis. It is frequently asserted that there had been an epic transportation of bluestones from those hills to Stonehenge because they were a landmark to seafarers from Ireland, ‘a sacred mountain’ whose stones … Continue reading

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Lost Legacy – A presentation by Robin Heath

  Sky and Landscape Megalithic Research by Robin Heath

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