Labbacallee wedge tomb (Irish: Leaba Chaillí "Hag's Bed") is a large prehistoric burial monument, located 8 km mi) northwest of Fermoy and 2 km mi) southeast of Glanworth, County Cork, It is the largest Irish wedge tomb and dates from roughly 2300 BCE.
Trevethy Quoit, also known as King Arthur's Quoit, is one of the more impressive burial chambers in Cornwall. Standing at over 15 feet, dates from the Bronze Age period. The capstone is pierced by a hole, the purpose of which is unknown. A small portion o
Stonehenge, Woodhenge, Avebury & Stanton Drew: Submitted by Elske on Thu, - This video takes the viewer beyond Stonehenge on an incredible journey of discovery that reveals the true wealth and extent of Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain & Ireland.