A long barrow is a class of Middle Neolithic (approximately 3500-2700 BCE) burial monument which is found extensively throughout...
Maeshowe (pronounced `maze-ow’ or `maze-oo’) is a large Neolithic chambered cairn, dating from between 3000-2800...
Maeshowe Chambered Cairn, Orkney | 3D Scanning
The chambered tomb of Maeshowe is in The Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site. Along with the Standing Stones...
Major Indo Iranian Neolithic Sites & the Indus Civilization
The map shows the extent of the Harappan or Indus Civilization along with the various neolithic sites in the region...
Malta's Neolithic Underground
Allow me to share with you my experience of descending intoÂ Maltaâs Neolithic underground. It is by farÂ ofÂ one...
Map of Ubaid Culture
A map showing the extension of Ubaid Culture, ca. 5900 to 4300 BCE.
Neolithic Axe Heads
Axe heads of jadeite and eclogite from the neolithic site of Carnac, north-west France. (Archaeological Museum of Carnac...
Neolithic Gold Bead
A gold bead from the dolmen d'Er Roh, La Trinite Sur Mer (France). 2200-2000 BCE. (Vannes Archaeological Museum, France...
Neolithic Mysteries of Britain
Neolithic stone circles, chambered cairns, and rock art continue to fascinate us to this day. Although we don't know...
Neolithic Stone Axe with Wooden Handle
A Neolithic stone axe with a wooden handle, found at Ehenside Tarn. It is on display in the British Museum, London.