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Mythical Ireland blog: A glorious dawn announces the beginning of winter as sunrise shines into the chamber of Cairn L, Loughcrew

Source: Mythical Ireland blog: A glorious dawn announces the beginning of winter as sunrise shines into the chamber of Cairn L, Loughcrew

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M E g A L i T h i A – Stone Circles, megaliths, indexed map of prehistoric stones – M E g A L i T h i A –

Clickable map of the UK showing the distribution of prehistoric stones with links to maps, pictures and details Source: M E g A L i T h i A – Stone Circles, megaliths, indexed map of prehistoric stones – M

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Ancient Britain – Orkney’s Stone Age Temple – YouTube

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Harris & Lewis – A Timelapse Film on Vimeo

I’ve stayed on the Isles of Harris and Lewis (Scotland) and this is an amazing place. Even this video doesn’t do it justice, though it comes close. Enjoy!

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Stone Circles

Everyone loves a mystery, right? And what is more mysterious than a 5,000 year old structure, built by our neolithic ancestors? There are hundreds of stone circles, cairns, standing stones and structures around. Most are in Northern Europe, but they

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Stunning Isolation – Isle of Lewis, Scotland

Up along the northwest coast of Scotland, a small group of islands hug the coast. In total, these are called the Hebrides. The Outer Hebrides consist of the Isles of Lewis and Harris (really one island), North Uist, Benbecula, South

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Legacy of Hunger is getting closer to being published!

I’m so excited! Third and final round of edits are in, and the cover is moving along… soon, soon, soon! Would you care for an excerpt to whet your whistle? Legacy of Hunger is set in 1846. A spoiled young

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Bryn Celli Ddu: Ancient Stone Circle and Passage Tomb Was for the Living and the Dead

Bryn Celli Ddu: Ancient Stone Circle and Passage Tomb Was for the Living and the Dead.

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Clava Cairns, Scotland

The Clava Cairns are a set of Neolithic stone structures about a mile from Culloden Battlefield in Scotland. Three burial cairns, two of which are passage graves. You can go inside (the first photo is of me inside looking out.).

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