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View Resource Extraordinary Prehistoric Cave Discovered in France

Researchers have made public photos of some amazing prehistoric engravings found in a cave in western France. The engravings in the Cussac Cave in the Dordogne Valley are estimated at up to 28,000 years old and are being hailed as a major discovery. The size and condition of the engravings are especially impressive, covering the walls with images of mammoths, rhinoceroses, horses, birds, and...
View Resource Stone Pages: A Guide to European Megaliths

Created by Paola Arosio and Diego Meozzi, the Stone Pages is a frequently updated site, available in English or Italian, that contains unique reports on megalithic and other archaeological stone sites in England, Scotland, France, Italy, Wales, and Ireland. Regular and high resolution photos, site maps, and evaluations are provided for court and passage tombs, cairns-crannogs, dolmens, and...
View Resource The Megalithic Portal

While Stonehenge is one of the most recognizable megaliths in the world, the lover of these man-made stone formations will find much to admire at this Web site, maintained by Andy Burnham. The absolute centerpiece of the site is an interactive map of the United Kingdom and Ireland, divided into sections that users may click upon to obtain more specific information. After clicking on a particular...