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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.




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CONFERENCE REVIEWS:
"So was Megaltihomania worth the trip? Too right it was! Once again Hugh and his crew gave us a weekend of education, re-evaluation and entertainment"
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TOUR REVIEWS:
"Thanks Hugh! great trip for those that like alternative traveling and the deeper story to humanities history"- Jennifer Stein
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Creag Bhreac Cairn

This is a fascinating Cairn in Argyll, due mainly to an unusual quartz crystal foundation stone supporting the western slab in the semicircular forecourt of the burial mound. The mound itself was pretty much hidden under waist high ferns, and I only spotted the slabs when I was actually standing in the semi-circle.

Rockcliffe (Cumbria)

The cross is located on the south east side of St. Mary's churchyard, to the right of the path leading from the gates by the mounting block to the south porch. A modern grave marker, smaller, but of similar shape, sits by the tree just in front of this cross.

Menhir de Higaros

Menhir de Higaros is a menhir in the community of Ste Colombe-en-Bruilhois, Departement of Lot-et-Garonne, Region of Aquitaine

Tresness Bronze Age Village

A first update from the 2017 Cata Sand dig on Sanday, Orkney following the chance discovery of a massive Bronze Age settlement there in 2015 - "many exciting finds" - details in the comment on our page. A recently discovered Bronze Age settlement on Sanday Island, Orkney. 14 houses were revealed on Tresness Beach after the storms of December 2015.

Avebury Down barrow cemetery

The Living with Monuments Project currently excavating at the foot of Avebury Down, see the links in our comments for the dig diary and more. Avebury Down, to the east of the West Kennet Avenue contains a number of round barrows - some in clusters, others solitary.

The Wainstones

This group of rock outcrops of spectacular shapes dominates the area immediately north of the North York Moors National Park. The outcrops themselves are not decorated, but around them there are many rock art panels.