> Aine wrote:
> > Skara Brae is fascinating. Modern Stone Age Family, indeed.
> > House Seven in particular is interesting. The bodies were
> > buried there and the house built around it.
> It is a fascinating location and fairly well-preserved. So
> remote and ancient -
> to 3,100 BCE. They have found some exquisite jewelry and carved
> mace-heads there too
> with the same spirals and chevrons that have been found
> Lots of grooved ware pottery, as well.
> It is really a breath-taking place.
I need to get to the British Isles and visit every megalith, henge and standing stone in the country.
So, Skara Brae and Newgrange were built around the same time, then.
Post Edited (03-Dec-14 13:16)