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  1. Pauline

    Cotswolds Prehistoric Sites in the Cotswolds

    There are many interesting prehistoric sites in the Cotswolds - stone circles, standing stones, dolmen, long barrows, hill forts. The two best sites are the Rollright Stones (stone circle and a dolmen) near Chipping Norton in the north-east Cotswolds, and Belas Knapp (long barrow) near...
  2. Rollright Stones

    Rollright Stones

    View of Cotswold countryside from the dolmen.
  3. Rollright Stones

    Rollright Stones

    The Whispering Knights dolmen (burial tomb).
  4. Rollright Stones

    Rollright Stones

    The Whispering Knights dolmen (burial tomb).
  5. Rollright Stones

    Rollright Stones

    The King Stone.
  6. Rollright Stones

    Rollright Stones

    The King's Men stone circle.
  7. Rollright Stones

    Rollright Stones

    The King's Men stone circle.
  8. Pauline

    South West Cornwall's Prehistoric Sites

    Cornwall has a large number of prehistoric sites - ancient villages, stone circles, dolmen (called quoits), fogou. I have listed the best of them below for two parts of Cornwall - Penwith and Bodmin's Moor. A Google Map at the end of the article shows the locations. Penwith, the western tip of...
  9. Trethevy Quoit

    Trethevy Quoit

    The back stone has fallen down.
  10. Trethevy Quoit

    Trethevy Quoit

    Six standing stones and a capstone.
  11. Trethevy Quoit

    Trethevy Quoit

    Pauline showing the scale of this dolmen.
  12. Trethevy Quoit

    Trethevy Quoit

    Massive Neolithic dolmen.
  13. Trethevy Quoit

    Trethevy Quoit

    Located in a village near Bodmin Moor.
  14. Lanyon Quoit

    Lanyon Quoit

    Cream tea at Lanyon Farm Tea Room.
  15. Lanyon Quoit

    Lanyon Quoit

    Lanyon Farm Tea Room.
  16. Lanyon Quoit

    Lanyon Quoit

    Nearby Lanyon Farm Tea Room.
  17. Lanyon Quoit

    Lanyon Quoit

    Cows enjoying the stones.
  18. Lanyon Quoit

    Lanyon Quoit

    Cows use the stones to scratch.
  19. Lanyon Quoit

    Lanyon Quoit

    Cows use the stones to scratch.
  20. Lanyon Quoit

    Lanyon Quoit

    Cows enjoying the stones.
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