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Knowlton Church and neolithic henge earthworks, near Cranborne, Dorset, England, UK. September 2011.
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90795100 Knowlton Church and neolithic henge earthworks, near Cranborne, Dorset, England, UK. September 2011.© Guy Edwardes
Neolithic earthworks and Knowlton Church, Dorset, England, UK. May 2014.
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90795068 Neolithic earthworks and Knowlton Church, Dorset, England, UK. May 2014.© Guy Edwardes
Sunrise through stone at Men-An-Tol, Morvah, Cornwall, England, UK. September 2016.
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90795057 Sunrise through stone at Men-An-Tol, Morvah, Cornwall, England, UK. September 2016.© Guy Edwardes
Dolmen, ancient Neolithic burial chamber from about 3,500 BC, Drenthe, Netherlands  -  Wil Meinderts/ Buiten-beeld
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00432872 Dolmen, ancient Neolithic burial chamber from about 3,500 BC, Drenthe, Netherlands© Wil Meinderts/ Buiten-beeld
Dolmen, ancient Neolithic burial chamber from about 3,500 BC, Drenthe, Netherlands  -  Wil Meinderts/ Buiten-beeld
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00432871 Dolmen, ancient Neolithic burial chamber from about 3,500 BC, Drenthe, Netherlands© Wil Meinderts/ Buiten-beeld
The Devil's Den, the remains of a neolithic burial chamber or dolmen at Fyfield Down National Nature Reserve, the Ridgeway, Marlborough Downs, Wiltshire, UK, April 2019.
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90843234 The Devil's Den, the remains of a neolithic burial chamber or dolmen at Fyfield Down National Nature Reserve, the Ridgeway, Marlborough Downs, Wiltshire, UK, April 2019.©
The Devil's Den, the remains of a neolithic burial chamber or dolmen at Fyfield Down National Nature Reserve, the Ridgeway, Marlborough Downs, Wiltshire, UK, April 2019.
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90843233 The Devil's Den, the remains of a neolithic burial chamber or dolmen at Fyfield Down National Nature Reserve, the Ridgeway, Marlborough Downs, Wiltshire, UK, April 2019.©
Remains of a Bronze age stilt house, Bronze Age, on the shallow ground of the lake. UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lake of Morat, close to Greng, Canton of Fribourg, Switzerland, March. Photographed for...
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90836458 Remains of a Bronze age stilt house, Bronze Age, on the shallow ground of the lake. UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lake of Morat, close to Greng, Canton of Fribourg, Switzerland, March. Photographed for...© Michel Roggo
Lanyon Quoit burial chamber, Madron, Cornwall, England, UK, December 2006
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90832367 Lanyon Quoit burial chamber, Madron, Cornwall, England, UK, December 2006© Guy Edwardes
Newgrange, entrance to the Neolithic passage tomb dated to 3200 BC, World Heritage Site, County Meath, Ireland. October 2019.
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90830246 Newgrange, entrance to the Neolithic passage tomb dated to 3200 BC, World Heritage Site, County Meath, Ireland. October 2019.© Will Watson
Newgrange, Neolithic passage tomb dated to 3 200 BC, white quartz cobblestone revetment and kerbstones, World Heritage Site, County Meath, Ireland. October 2019.
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90830245 Newgrange, Neolithic passage tomb dated to 3 200 BC, white quartz cobblestone revetment and kerbstones, World Heritage Site, County Meath, Ireland. October 2019.© Will Watson
Legananny Dolmen, from Neolithic period, County Down, Northern Ireland. September 2019.
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90828060 Legananny Dolmen, from Neolithic period, County Down, Northern Ireland. September 2019.© John Cancalosi
Legananny Dolmen, from Neolithic period, County Down, Northern Ireland. September 2019.
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90828059 Legananny Dolmen, from Neolithic period, County Down, Northern Ireland. September 2019.© John Cancalosi
Legananny Dolmen,n from Neolithic period, County Down, Northern Ireland. September 2019.
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90828058 Legananny Dolmen,n from Neolithic period, County Down, Northern Ireland. September 2019.© John Cancalosi
Tourists looking over standing stones of the Menec alignments from panoramic terrace of the Maison des megalithes at Carnac, Brittany, France, September 2019
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90827478 Tourists looking over standing stones of the Menec alignments from panoramic terrace of the Maison des megalithes at Carnac, Brittany, France, September 2019© Philippe Clement
Entrance of the Stanydale Temple, Neolithic site on the Mainland of Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK, May 2018
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90801254 Entrance of the Stanydale Temple, Neolithic site on the Mainland of Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK, May 2018© Philippe Clement
Stanydale Temple, Neolithic site on the Mainland of Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK, May 2018
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90801253 Stanydale Temple, Neolithic site on the Mainland of Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK, May 2018© Philippe Clement
Pentre Ifan, a Neolithic burial chamber, Nevern, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK. November 2008
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90799082 Pentre Ifan, a Neolithic burial chamber, Nevern, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK. November 2008© Guy Edwardes
Duddo Stone Circle, Northumberland, England, UK, March 2010.
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90798954 Duddo Stone Circle, Northumberland, England, UK, March 2010.© Guy Edwardes
Men-an-Tol, neolithic or bronze age monument. Cornwall, England, UK. March, 2018.
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90792605 Men-an-Tol, neolithic or bronze age monument. Cornwall, England, UK. March, 2018.© Adrian Davies
Men-an-Tol,  neolithic or bronze age monument, Cornwall, England, UK. March 2018.
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90792536 Men-an-Tol, neolithic or bronze age monument, Cornwall, England, UK. March 2018.© Adrian Davies
The Broch of Gurness,  the best preserved Broch in Orkney, on mainland island. This defensive building was thought to have been constructed between 100 and 200 BC.
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90786940 The Broch of Gurness, the best preserved Broch in Orkney, on mainland island. This defensive building was thought to have been constructed between 100 and 200 BC.© Ashley Cooper
The Broch of Gurness,  the best preserved Broch in Orkney, on mainland island. This defensive building was thought to have been constructed between 100 and 200 BC.
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90786939 The Broch of Gurness, the best preserved Broch in Orkney, on mainland island. This defensive building was thought to have been constructed between 100 and 200 BC.© Ashley Cooper
The Broch of Borwick on the west coast of Mainland Orkney, Scotland, UK,  thought to date from the first millenium BC and probably in use for over 1000 years.
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90786937 The Broch of Borwick on the west coast of Mainland Orkney, Scotland, UK, thought to date from the first millenium BC and probably in use for over 1000 years.© Ashley Cooper
The Broch of Gurness,  the best preserved Broch in Orkney, on mainland island. This defensive building was thought to have been constructed between 100 and 200 BC.
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90786930 The Broch of Gurness, the best preserved Broch in Orkney, on mainland island. This defensive building was thought to have been constructed between 100 and 200 BC.© Ashley Cooper
The Broch of Gurness,  the best preserved Broch in Orkney, on mainland island. This defensive building was thought to have been constructed between 100 and 200 BC. .
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90786929 The Broch of Gurness, the best preserved Broch in Orkney, on mainland island. This defensive building was thought to have been constructed between 100 and 200 BC. .© Ashley Cooper
Skara Brae on Orkney, Scotland. October 2011. This ancient village dates from around 3200 BC making it the oldest village in Europe. It was revealed by a great storm in 1850. It consists of eight hous...
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90786928 Skara Brae on Orkney, Scotland. October 2011. This ancient village dates from around 3200 BC making it the oldest village in Europe. It was revealed by a great storm in 1850. It consists of eight hous...© Ashley Cooper
Men an Tol stone near St Just in Cornwall, UK. This late Neolithic monument is thuoght to have been part of a now disappeared stone circle or an entrance to an old burial chamber
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90786799 Men an Tol stone near St Just in Cornwall, UK. This late Neolithic monument is thuoght to have been part of a now disappeared stone circle or an entrance to an old burial chamber© Ashley Cooper
Carreg Samson, a 5000 year old Neolithic dolmen or burial chamber, near Abercastle, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, June
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90773220 Carreg Samson, a 5000 year old Neolithic dolmen or burial chamber, near Abercastle, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, June© Graham Eaton
Pentre Ifan a Neolithic burial chamber, ported dolmen, chambered tomb, Aberteifi, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, June
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90773219 Pentre Ifan a Neolithic burial chamber, ported dolmen, chambered tomb, Aberteifi, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, June© Graham Eaton
Pentre Ifan a Neolithic burial chamber, ported dolmen, chambered tomb, Aberteifi, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, June
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90773218 Pentre Ifan a Neolithic burial chamber, ported dolmen, chambered tomb, Aberteifi, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, June© Graham Eaton
Man looking at petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770418 Man looking at petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770417 Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art, with man's hand for scale. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770416 Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art, with man's hand for scale. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770414 Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770413 Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770412 Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770411 Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770410 Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770409 Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Man with petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770408 Man with petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Woman standing on rock with petroglyphs, neolithic rock art.  Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770390 Woman standing on rock with petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art.  Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.
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90770389 Petroglyphs, neolithic rock art. Lop National Park, Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of Lop-Okanda UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gabon.© Enrique Lopez-Tapia
St Lythans Burial chamber, a 6000 year-old   Neolithic chamber with a 35 ton capstone at dawn, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, UK, February
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90769555 St Lythans Burial chamber, a 6000 year-old Neolithic chamber with a 35 ton capstone at dawn, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, UK, February© Phil Savoie
Herringbone stonewall at Tinkinswood Neolithic Burial Chamber from 6000 years ago. Wales, UK. February.
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90769553 Herringbone stonewall at Tinkinswood Neolithic Burial Chamber from 6000 years ago. Wales, UK. February.© Phil Savoie
Teasel seedheads (Dipsacus sp.) with Silbury hill, a Neolithic chalk mound, one of the world's largest man-made prehistoric mounds, Wiltshire, UK, May 2015.
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90762295 Teasel seedheads (Dipsacus sp.) with Silbury hill, a Neolithic chalk mound, one of the world's largest man-made prehistoric mounds, Wiltshire, UK, May 2015.© Nick Upton
Ash tree (Fraxinus sp.) with Silbury hill, a Neolithic artificial chalk mound, one of the world's largest man-made prehistoric mounds, surrounded by flowering Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) and Rap...
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90762294 Ash tree (Fraxinus sp.) with Silbury hill, a Neolithic artificial chalk mound, one of the world's largest man-made prehistoric mounds, surrounded by flowering Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) and Rap...© Nick Upton
Silbury hill, a Neolithic artificial chalk mound, one of the world's largest man-made prehistoric mounds, surrounded by flowering Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) and Rape (Brassica napus), Wiltshire...
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90756358 Silbury hill, a Neolithic artificial chalk mound, one of the world's largest man-made prehistoric mounds, surrounded by flowering Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) and Rape (Brassica napus), Wiltshire...© Nick Upton
Silbury hill, a Neolithic artificial chalk mound, one of the world's largest man-made prehistoric mounds, surrounded by flowering Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) and Rape (Brassica napus), Wiltshire...
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90756357 Silbury hill, a Neolithic artificial chalk mound, one of the world's largest man-made prehistoric mounds, surrounded by flowering Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) and Rape (Brassica napus), Wiltshire...© Nick Upton
Neolithic megaliths and Red Lion Pub, Avebury Stone Circle, Wiltshire, UK, February 2014.
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90756347 Neolithic megaliths and Red Lion Pub, Avebury Stone Circle, Wiltshire, UK, February 2014.© Nick Upton
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