Various • Links:
- A Labyrinth Quest in Magical Britain
- Labyrinths are the centerpiece of this journey to explore the mystery, myths, & sacred landscapes of Arthurian Britain with Sig & Karin Lonegren, Jeff Saward & Jamie George.
- A message from the past?
- It shows tracings of previously ignored drawings at prehistoric sites around the globe. These appear in caves,on standing stones and on later iconography.
- America Unhenged
- Modern variations on the Stonehenge theme. Here you can find info on "Carhenge" and other strange reconstructions like Guidestones, Stonehenge II and Stubby Stonehenge.
- Ancient ideas in ritual and myth
- A somewhat chaotic website but with some interesting information for "megalithomaniacs". Worth reading the online essays on Bronze Age and Megalith Ideas, with information on Nortern European areas.
- Andy H Art
- My online gallery of fine art, graphics and photography. Including artwork inspired by prehistoric rock art. Limited edition prints and postcards available.
- Archaeogeodesy, a key to prehistory
- A website devoted to Archaeogeodesy: a methodology for investigating the placements, interrelationships, spatial properties, arrangements and architecture of prehistoric sites and monuments.
- Archaeologists campaigning for the environment
- An informal collective of campaigners dedicated to fighting developments that are systematically destroying our heritage, from ancient sites and landscapes, to monuments and battlefields.
- Archaeology Air Photography
- Francesca Radcliffe's interest in Archaeology led her to archaeological photography from the air. On these pages are many photos of megalithic sites, including several pictures of long barrows and hillforts.
- Archaeology Channel
- The world's first TV channel devoted to archaeology programming, brought to you by the Archaeological Legacy Institute, a nonprofit corporation whose mission is to bring the benefits of archaeology to a wider constituency, including professional archaeologists, indigenous peoples, and everyone interested in the subject.
- Archéologie et Gobelets
- Swiss association for the diffusion of knowledge and research about the Campaniforme. With good bibliographic references online and links.
- Associazione Romana Cultura Medica
- An Italian Cultural Society, on its website is a section devoted to the Neolithic in Europe, with basic descriptions of megalithic monuments and a glossary. In Italian.
- Big Stones
- Big Stones is about modern megalithic creations and the people who are building stone circles today around the world. This site offers information and useful resources to those interested in creating, studying and celebrating stone circles. Workshops and Newsletter.
- Bronze Age Craft
- Website of a specialist in reproducing bronze age artifacts (including axes, swords and daggers) using authentic materials and methods. Workshop, documents and online shop.
- Bronze Age in the Netherlands
- All about the Bronze Age in the Netherlands, including pictures, drawings, books, activities in the prehistoric open air museum, Eindhoven (NL) and the first metals in history.
- CBA - Planning for Archaeology and the Historic Environment
- The Factsheet Series from the Council for British Archaeology has been written to provide information about the planning system in England with the goal of helping local groups and individuals interested in conservation of their local archaeological and historic heritage understand and become more involved in planning in their area.
- Celtic Arts and Cultures
- A superbly documented website. It is full of images (including 15 about Bronze Age Europe) and data that will prove useful for anyone interested in Celtic peoples.
- Comedy Genius
- On this British humour website are hundreds of cartoons, essays, stories, play, paintings and animations. Five are about megaliths (in the 'cartoon' webpage: The Megalith Tester, Bonehenge, Foamhenge, Stonehinge and First Summer Solstice at Stonehenge). By Peter Perkins.
- Information and images of four stone labyrinths and a modern stone circle located in Crestone, a spiritual community in the mountains of Colorado (U.S.A.).
- De La Fortification
- Pictures and explanation of fortification from ancient times to 19th century, including the Scottish brochs and other ancient fortifications. In French.
- Discovery Program
- A state-sponsored archaeological research program, based in Dublin.
- A documentary fim company based on a long term interest in megalithic landscapes. Small photo gallery of some English prehistoric sites to browse.
- Equinox Project
- Extensive presentation of the petroglyphs and inscription of the mysterious Inyo area (U.S.A.). Many photographs and document to support the controversial theory of a Celtic (and other Mediterranean people) presence in ancient times at the site.
- Eric Moodycliffe - Artist
- Eric Moodycliffe is an artist resident in South West Scotland, UK. Eric paints primarily in oils on canvas and a large section of his work is focused on the magic, myth and mystery of standing stones and stone circles, including Callanish and Stonehenge
- European Heritage Alliance
- Discussion of European cultural heritage, monuments, and history. English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, and more!
- European Heritage Law
- The Heritage law site contains law relating to the United Kingdom and other Countries in Europe, the European Union and International Treaties and obligations.
- Guide to Irish Archaeology
- Guide to Irish archaeology and an opportunity to get your hands on your own miniature Newgrange or Dolmen!
- Headland Archaeology Ltd.
- Headland Archaeology offers a wide range of archaeological services throughout Scotland, Northern England and Ireland for private developers and government organisations. On the website you can find info on their services, recent projects, personnel and job opportunities.
- Hillfigure Homepage
- Everything on the 52 hill figures cut into the chalk throughout UK (mainly Wiltshire and southern England). The most famous of these is the White horse of Uffington on the Berkshire downs.
- I grandi monumenti megalitici
- From an amateur astronomers' newletter, a page dedicated to megalithic monuments, with a few beautiful b/w photos. By Elia Cozzi, in Italian.
- Inner Hebrides Crannogs on the Web
- The term 'crannogs' refers to small artificial islands which can be found in the majority of Scotland's lochs and inland waters. From the surface, most crannogs look like uninteresting mounds of stone, from which timbers sometimes protrude. Today, crannogs are one of the most exciting and complex sites on which archaeologists work. By Mark Holley at Edinburgh University.
- Interpretation of rock art
- The interpretation of rock art is the subject's one aspect most preferred by most archaeologists, and also the one we are usually least qualified to address scientifically. Extended info and discussion; with useful references.
- Jon Bennett Gallery
- Jon Bennett's gallery of images inspired by the megalithic monuments of West Wales. More Welsh cromlechs will be added to the site over time, together with a series based on the dolmens of West Cornwall.
- Keppel Henge
- Keppel Croft is a large, private garden created by Bill and Dawn Loney in Ontario (Canada) and is open to the public from early May until mid-October. Here you can find a modern reconstruction of a stone circle with a central Pointer Stone. Details and photos of the building phases, panoramic views and map of the site.
- Lost Trails - Herodotus Project
- The Herodotus project is a free serialized new translation of the Greek historian Herodotus along with extensive photography of the locations and artifacts mentioned in the book. With this resource a student of history can explore the text visually while reading it.
- Malta Convention
- European Convention for the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage of Europe (Revised) 1992
- The Monuments at Risk Survey; on this website you may find The Martian Chronicles (bulletins of MARS Projecy) and some conference papers.
- Megalithic Sound and Landscape
- Dr Aaron Watson's introduction to his research on the acoustic effects produced at stone circles and passage graves. An intriguing theory and a beautiful presentation.
- Megalithkultur in Europa
- CD-ROM devoted to European megalithic sites. 2000 photos, video footage, 3D animations of monuments sited in Holland, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Malta, Italy, Germany, Ireland and Great Britain. To be published in 2003.
- Mid-Atlantic Geomancy
- If you seek evidence of the geomantic tradition and its skills on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
- Modern Hengineering
- Weekly magazine celebrating ancient art from 12,500 BCE to 600 CE. Artwork and articles currently online range from stone circles both ancient and fantasy, tattoo designs, folk art, Arthurian and Atecotti based issues to more unlikely events such as Elvis "turning up" at Stonehenge.
- Interesting paintings and prints of ancient sites, by Neads. On the same site you can find poetry from Brink devoted to the same subject.
- New Age UK
- Stonehenge Summer Solstice 2003 -2004, Avebury stone circle and Glastonbury festival. Many photos as well as reviews of New Age sites, books and info on Spring equinox, moon dates and sun times.
- Nigel Pugh, multi-media images of Wales
- Artist portfolio site showing paintings and photographs of the Welsh landscape. The photo section contains a few beautiful b/w pictures of Welsh megalithic sites.
- A huge database of ogham inscriptions. By Jost Gippert. In German.
- Online Relics
- Collection of museum replicas of ancient artifacts from many historic civilisations, Neolithic included.
- Operation Solstice
- A 'pirate operation' that promoted a pacific occupation of Carnac's megalithic alignments (Brittany, France) during the summer solstice of 1999. This would be done as a protest to a project led by the Carnac Council and the Culture Department whose aim (apparently) is the commercial exploitation of Carnac megalithic area. In French.
- Pagan Link Environmental Link
- A forum for everyone to come togeather and discuss all things Environmental. There are also boards devoted to Archaeology in England, Sacred Sites of Britain and World Wide Heritage and sacred sites across the world.
- Paul Devereux
- Home page of the well-known author of a series of books on ancient places and monuments, including some titles on controversial subjects like UFOs, anomalous energies and Ley Lines.
- Prehistoric Music Ireland
- Site devoted to prehistoric musical instruments in Ireland, from Stone Age to Iron Age. Detailed info on the instruments and on a group that play music on replicas of ancient instruments; songs are available on CD.
- Preservation Map of Europe
- A virtual directory of organizations working in the preservation field within Europe. To stimulate the development of joint projects and more targeted research. By ECPA, European Commission on Preservation and Access.
- Rock Art Acoustics
- This web page describes a theory by Steven J. Waller about echoes as a motivation for prehistoric cave paintings and petroglyphs. Text, audio recordings and links.
- Rock Art Creations
- A Native American artist, Desert Little Bear, specialized in creating modern petroglyph images based on ancient designs. Meanings of symbols, gallery of art pieces and a nice children section.
- Rock Art Teacher's Guide
- Basic Rock Art guide for Teachers prepared by Craig Lesh, Program Director, Archaeology Adventure, Redlands, CA (U.S.A.).
- Project to provide information about online Rock Art resources.
- Samnites - Archaeology of ancient Samnium
- Very interesting website about the history of the Samnites from the early Iron Age to the wars against Rome for the supremacy in Italy. The people, their own lands, towns, governament, the Osco language, the religion, the tablet of Agnone, the Legions. In English and Italian.
- Samnites - Archaeology of ancient Samnium
- Excellent website devoted to the history of Samnites, from the Early Iron Age to the wars with Rome. The people, their own lands, towns, governament, the Osco language, the religion, the tablet of Agnone, the Legions. In English and Italian.
- Santorini and its eruption in the Late Bronze Age
- Online thesis of Dr David Sewell, examining impact of the Santorini (Thera) eruption in the Late Bronze Age on the cultures of the Aegean. A complete dissertation that includes many photos, illustrations, charts and maps.
- Saveock Water Archaeology
- Multi period training excavation from mesoithic structure to 17th century pagan pits. With possible neolithic quartz lined ritual spring fed mirror pool.
- Secrets of the Stones
- Site dedicated to the research into the energy present at these acient momuments.The research has been based on thousands of photographs showing energy emmited from these stones. Our recent research called "the theory of Everything" has been given to organsations such as the Stonehenge trust.
- Sheffield Archaeology
- Excavations and fieldwork taking place on South Uist (Outer Hebrides, Scotland). Late Bronze Age and early Iron Age houses and settlement, broch and associated settlement and Neolithic/early Bronze Age settlements.
- Stone Circle at Four Quarters
- Following ancient traditions the community is building a stone circle. An annual event adds at least 3 stones every year.
- Stoneflake Woodlands
- Modern Primitive art including stone tools, bows, atlatls and basketry. Wide range of products with good quality photos.
- Stonehenge Clones and Metaphorms
- Stonehenge has given rise to many replicas and "metaphorms" in the U.S.A. On this unique website you can see the most striking "variations on the theme", including the famous "Carhenge". Not to be missed!
- Website of Peter Knight, co-founder of the Dorset Earth Mysteries Group (DEMG). Lots of subjects, from field trips to sacred places to dowsing, from stone circles to Earth Mother.
- The Bronze Age in Europe
- Extensive description of the Bronze Age in Europe, including cronology, settlement sites, economy, rituals and burials.
- The Noise Room
- Website devoted to ancient history, modern mysteries and new research, with forums and links.
- Thorncliffe Bed & Breakfast in the Lake District
- Thorncliffe B&B is situated in a quiet location midway between Windermere and Bowness in the Lake District - Cumbria. It is ideally positioned to visit the many stone circles of Cumbria. As an artist, the proprietor's work is influenced by stone circles in general and the landscape of Cumbria.
- Tic Toc Rocks
- Contemporary southwest hand carved gifts from prehistoric Rock Art. The line includes clocks, coasters, trivets, magnets, table tops, address and art plaques, featuring "petroglyphs" themes which are replicas of the Ancient Native americans' rock art.
- Totem de Yar - Arte Rupestre
- Models of megalithic monuments to scale, made in stone. Also marble tablets with prehistorical pictoriar representations, hand made with natural pigments. Site in English, French, Spanish and Catalan.
- Unique hand crafted items including embroidered cards, pictures and bags, semi precious, glass & clay jewellery, herbal gifts and incense, crystals, minerals, unusual beads and more.
Most of our work is inspired by the natural world, ancient sites, the elements, gothic and renaissance design and pagan/mediaeval imagery.