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Archaeology & Myth of Ancient British Sites: Stone Circles, Holy Wells, Maypoles, tombs, shamanism, cosmologies, etc
archaeology, history, mythology, myths, shamanism, paganism, religion, cosmology, megaliths, stone, circles, standing, stones, neolithic, bronze, rock, petroglyphs, witchcraft
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What can I say about St. Georges Chapel I could be here all day and bore the pants off you. To say its a wonder is an understament. The history is amazing from the burrials of Henry VIII to the Queen Mum. Here are some pictures of this wonderfull place th
A dolmen—also known as a portal tomb, portal grave, dolmain (Irish), cromlech (Welsh), anta (Portuguese and Galician), Hünengrab/Hünenbett (German), Adamra (Abkhazian), Ispun (Circassian), Hunebed (Dutch), dös (Swedish), goindol (Korean) or quoit—is a typ
wasn't sure where to put this article. It highlights how much we human beings love stories and why we are so enchanted by religion and prophets and gurus. In the process, historical truth becomes fairly irrelevant. One tomb is as good as any other.