Ness of Brodgar Timeline

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  • c. 3500 BCE
    The vast stone complex known as the Ness of Brodgar in use in Orkney.
  • c. 3300 BCE - 2600 BCE
    The Barnhouse Settlement constructed and inhabited.
  • c. 3000 BCE
    The Standing Stones of Stenness erected south of Ness of Brodgar.
  • c. 3000 BCE - c. 2800 BCE
    The Neolithic chambered cairn known as Maeshowe constructed and in use.
  • 2600 BCE
    Structure Eight (so called) erected at Barnhouse Settlement after village abandoned.
  • c. 2500 BCE - c. 2000 BCE
    Ring of Brodgar constructed on Orkney, north of Ness of Brodgar.

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3500 BCE: The vast stone complex known as the Ness of Brodgar in use in Orkney.
 
 
3300 BCE - 2600 BCE: The Barnhouse Settlement constructed and inhabited.
 
3000 BCE: The Standing Stones of Stenness erected south of Ness of Brodgar.
 
 
3000 BCE - 2800 BCE: The Neolithic chambered cairn known as Maeshowe constructed and in use.
 
 
2600 BCE: Structure Eight (so called) erected at Barnhouse Settlement after village abandoned.
 
2500 BCE - 2000 BCE: Ring of Brodgar constructed on Orkney, north of Ness of Brodgar.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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