The Modern Antiquarian. Ancient Sites, Stone Circles, Neolithic Monuments, Ancient Monuments, Prehistoric Sites, Megalithic Mysteries

<b>Stanydale Temple</b>Posted by RavenfeatherStanydale Temple © Paul Kesterton Welcome to The Modern Antiquarian website, based on Julian Cope's epic guidebook of the same name and his equally epic exploration of Europe, The Megalithic European.

Since launching in March 2000ce, the site has grown to be a massive resource for news, information, images, folklore & weblinks on the ancient sites across the UK, Ireland and Europe, thanks to the remarkable efforts of all those who contribute.

Getting Started:
23:07:36 31st July 2014ce — 52 new posts in the last 24 hours

Yr Wyddfa Part of the Snowdon massif for sale
Posted by thesweetcheat, 30.07.14

The Cochno Stone 5000-year-old Cochno Stone carving may be revealed
Posted by BigSweetie, 17.07.14

Carwynnen Quoit Was quoit a place of worship?
Posted by moss, 16.07.14

Wiltshire Extension To Salisbury Museum opens
Posted by tjj, 13.07.14

Duddo Five Stones Duddo Stones still threatened
Posted by Nlys, 10.07.14
<b>Porthmeor (Treen Common)</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Bodrifty Barrows</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Bodrifty Iron Age Settlement</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Bodrifty Iron Age Settlement</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Bodrifty Iron Age Settlement</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Nine Stones of Boskednan</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Nine Stones of Boskednan</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Nine Stones of Boskednan</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Boskednan Cairn</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>The Four Parish Stone</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Bosullow Trehyllys Courtyard House Settlement</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Bosullow Trehyllys Courtyard House Settlement</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Bosullow Trehyllys Courtyard House Settlement</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Bosullow Trehyllys Courtyard House Settlement</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Caherbaroul</b>Posted by Meic <b>Bosullow Trehyllys Courtyard House Settlement</b>Posted by thesweetcheat <b>Caherbaroul</b>Posted by Meic <b>Caherbaroul</b>Posted by Meic <b>Caherbaroul</b>Posted by Meic <b>Caherbaroul</b>Posted by Meic
Cup and ring on a lunar scale
Posted by thelonious, 31.07.2014

Wittenham Clumps and Castle Hill wittenham clumps and didcot towers
Posted by Rhiannon, 31.07.2014

Rowan Gillespie - Sculptor
Posted by moss, 30.07.2014

Google Earth
Posted by Mustard, 30.07.2014

Cumbria Lake District
Posted by Mustard, 28.07.2014
Knocknagappul Re: Image by Meic
Comment by Meic, 31/07/2014

Knocknagappul Re: Image by Meic
Comment by thesweetcheat, 31/07/2014

Knocknagappul Re: Image by Meic
Comment by thesweetcheat, 31/07/2014

Keadeen Mountain Re: Image by ryaner
Comment by thesweetcheat, 31/07/2014

Tregeseal Re: Image by thesweetcheat
Comment by thesweetcheat, 31/07/2014
Hartshill Barrow
Posted by Chance, 30.07.14

Fenny Drayton
Posted by Chance, 29.07.14

Peckleton Barrow
Posted by Chance, 29.07.14

Sutton Cheney Barrows
Posted by Chance, 29.07.14

D52 Diever
Posted by LesHamilton, 28.07.14
Graves of the Leinstermen
Posted by bawn79, 07.07.14

Capesthorne Park
Posted by Rhiannon, 14.05.14

Whitley Church
Posted by Rhiannon, 08.05.14

Scutchamer Knob
Posted by Rhiannon, 08.05.14

Bodrifty Reconstruction Hidden Hideaways
Posted by thesweetcheat, 31.07.14

Keadeen Cursus Keadeen cursus from Bing maps
Posted by ryaner, 31.07.14

Foel Dduarth (west) Coflein
Posted by postman, 20.07.14

D54 Havelteberg Hunebed D54 Havelte
Posted by LesHamilton, 15.07.14
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The Modern Antiquarian by Julian Cope is published by Thorsons. In October 2004ce Julian Cope published The Megalithic European, a landmark guide to the stones of ancient Europe.
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