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Flint Dolmen in Johfiyeh, Jordan

Flint Dolmen in Johfiyeh, Jordan

Sa Coveccada dolmen, Sardinia - Italy _ Built around 2000 BC.

Sa Coveccada dolmen, Sardinia - Italy _ Built around 2000 BC.

As in the days of Noah – Giants / Nephilim to return? – unifiedserenity

As in the days of Noah – Giants / Nephilim to return? – unifiedserenity

Trellech, The 'Harold Stones' are so called because they are said to commemorate the death of three British chieftains in battle with Harold of Wessex. However, they are much more ancient than that, being 3500 years old and erected in the Bronze Age.

Trellech, The 'Harold Stones' are so called because they are said to commemorate the death of three British chieftains in battle with Harold of Wessex. However, they are much more ancient than that, being 3500 years old and erected in the Bronze Age.

Lanyon Quoit, Standing Stones, Morvah, Land's End, Cornwall, Eng by Joe Daniel Price on 500px

Lanyon Quoit, Standing Stones, Morvah, Land's End, Cornwall, Eng by Joe Daniel Price on 500px

Un Dolmen es una construcción de piedra que se realizó durante la época neolítica y que estaba formada por varias piedras en posición vertical y una cubriéndolas formando una cámara. Esta cámara se podía reforzar añadiéndole tierra y formando una colina artificial conocida como Túmulo. Su principal función era servir como sepulcro colectivo.

Un Dolmen es una construcción de piedra que se realizó durante la época neolítica y que estaba formada por varias piedras en posición vertical y una cubriéndolas formando una cámara. Esta cámara se podía reforzar añadiéndole tierra y formando una colina artificial conocida como Túmulo. Su principal función era servir como sepulcro colectivo.

A dolmen from northern Spain, the probable origin of the Celts

A dolmen from northern Spain, the probable origin of the Celts

Ballykeel Dolmen County Armagh, Ireland;  nicknamed 'The Hag's Chair';  the capstone is about 10 feet long;  photo by mini pixel

Ballykeel Dolmen County Armagh, Ireland; nicknamed 'The Hag's Chair'; the capstone is about 10 feet long; photo by mini pixel

Mongolian Deer Stone. Deer stones (also known as reindeer stones) are ancient megaliths carved with symbols that can be found all over the world but are concentrated largely in Siberia and Mongolia and are believed to have originated there. The name comes from their carved depictions of flying deer. Wiki

Mongolian Deer Stone. Deer stones (also known as reindeer stones) are ancient megaliths carved with symbols that can be found all over the world but are concentrated largely in Siberia and Mongolia and are believed to have originated there. The name comes from their carved depictions of flying deer. Wiki

Megalithic grave Harhoog located in Keitum on the island of Sylt in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The Harhoog is an extended dolmen, a type of megalithic tomb. It was built by the Funnelbeaker culture, probably around 3000 BC. It has been moved from its original location 1954.

Megalithic grave Harhoog located in Keitum on the island of Sylt in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The Harhoog is an extended dolmen, a type of megalithic tomb. It was built by the Funnelbeaker culture, probably around 3000 BC. It has been moved from its original location 1954.

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