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Harg och hov från stenåldern
« skrivet: februari 03, 2012, 16:54 »
500 år innan Stonehenge hade man en liknande megalit-struktur - på Okenyöarna:

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First discovered in 2002, the waterside site—called the Ness of Brodgar ("Brodgar promontory")—lies on Mainland, the largest of Scotland's Orkney Islands.

According to recent radiocarbon dating of burned-wood remains, the Ness was first occupied around 3200 B.C. and went on to include up to a hundred buildings within a monumental walled enclosure.

By contrast, the earliest earthworks at Stonehenge date to about 3000 B.C. And it would be roughly another 500 years before the first of the famous stones were set on Salisbury Plain.

"We get the impression that they not only have places where the dead are congregated and where the ceremonial events take place, but there are also places where the living congregate,"

The dating of animal bones found around the finely crafted temple indicates that a huge feast ceremony was held in about 2300 B.C., after which the temple was effectively "decommissioned"...


http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/120127-stonehenge-ness-brodgar-scotland-science/
http://www.pasthorizonspr.com/index.php/archives/02/2012/archaeologists-and-pagans-alike-glory-in-the-brodgar-complex
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