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Links - Antiquities

"I grew up believing that British history began with the Romans and that anything before didn't really count. The Flintstones and the Stone Age Raquel-Welch-on-a-pterodactyl movies conspired to create a vast and seemingly impenetrable prehistoric 'Then'. All of that changed the first time I saw Avebury and my quest became clear: to discover all that had been witheld from me." - Julian Cope, The Modern Antiquarian

The Modern Antiquarian: Based on Julian Cope's epic guidebook of the same name and his equally epic exploration of Europe, The Megalithic European. Since launching in March 2000ce, the site has grown to be a massive resource for news, information, images, folklore & weblinks on the ancient sites across the UK, Ireland and Europe.


The Megalithic Portal: Hillforts, dolmens, standing stones, stone circles, menhir, fogou, henges, quoit, barrows, long barrows, hill figures, ditches, rings, castles, cairns, circles, embankments .....


Sacred Sights: Places of Peace & Power: Sacred sites are the most loved and visited places on planet earth. Since prehistoric times they have exerted a mysterious attraction on billions of pilgrims from every region and religion. These holy places have the power to heal the body, enlighten the mind, and awaken the soul.