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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.

 

Tor Webster and Hugh Newman explore Stanton Drew Triple stone circles in Somerset. Includes aerial footage of the site.

Peter Knight leads a Megalithomania tour around Glastonbury Abbey.


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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Visiting Emilia Romagna for ancient history and fantastic food

Thanks to its unique geography, acting as a bridge and border between the north and the centre-south of Italy, the region of Emilia Romagna has over the centuries assumed an important role in Italy's social and political affairs. It has much fascinating Celtic and Roman history, making it a great region to explore and of course taste the best of Italian produce and food.

Upper Erme Cairns

Considering all the number of ancient settlements and other signs of habitation in the Erme valley, there are relatively few cairns and other burial monuments to be found. For the entire 3.3 km length of the Upper Erme stone row, just four cairns, three of which are small and inconspicuous, are seemingly related to it, unlike the other great rows of the southern moor, which all have many cairns situated near to them.

Holm of Papa Westray South

New boat trips and tours of Holm of Papay Westray to visit the chambered cairns. (rock art pictured). The Holm of Papa Westray, is a very small uninhabited island and can be visited from neighbouring Papa Westray, an island a few hundred feet west. It's believed that Holm of Papa Westray was used by the Neolithic residents of the Knap of Howar on Papa Westray as a place to bury their dead. It is thought that in prehistoric times the Holm was a promontory attached to the larger Papa Westray island.

Dolmen de Moncalm 1

Dolmen in Gard. A large dolmen restored to 5 meters long, part of the table has been replaced. It is on the edge of the cliff. From the Mas de la Cabane take the ridge south-west, there are several other dolmens in the immediate area, some 'chests' and two true dolmens.

Marayoor Muniyaras

Many photos recently in to the megalithic portal of this incredible dolmen field in southern India. Some of the ancient dolmens are lived in to this day.. On the Eastern bank of the Pambar river in the western Ghats, Marayoor, Kerala, South India, lush green with a lot of waterfalls, sandal wood forests, tea and cardamon plantations, is this large Dolmen Field, more then 3 km in size.

Bryn Celli Ddu

Bryn Celli Ddu Summer Solstice Open day was on the 18th June, with cairn excavations and more cup mark clusters found on the nearby ridge, see the latest comments on our page for more. A very happy summer solstice to all Megalithic Portal readers and contributors!. Passage Grave in Anglesey. The island's most famous passage tomb which was built on top of a circle-henge. Its name means 'the mound in the dark grove'. It was plundered in 1699 and archaeologically excavated between 1928 and 1929.