donderdag, 16 september 2021

The Stone Age on La Palma

“Un momento senor, hay una guia que habla ingles”. The woman at the entrance desk in the museum in Los Llanos is doing her...

Food in the Stone Age

Surprising as it may seem, we know quite a lot about the food which prehistoric people ate. Much of our information comes simply from...

Prehistoric monuments in Brittany

Anyone visiting Brittany in the west of France will, sooner or later, come across prehistoric monuments. They are a visible reminder that people have...

Firing pottery in a Roman style kiln

Experimental Archaeology October 3, 2016 Based on archaeological finds in Halder, Noord Brabant, The Netherlands Prepared and executed by: Cisca Boot Andre Hazewinkel Leo Moonen (writer of...

Prehistory in Florida: “Stonehenge” and Indians

The American state of Florida is famous for places like Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Daytona Beach and Tampa. One unusual feature are the Florida...

Stonehenge and Avebury

In August 2013 a group from the Hunebedcentrum was invited to attend a conference in England to discuss ways of interpreting and explaining megalithic...

Mysterious rows of stones in Carnac, Brittany

The French commune of Carnac lies in the Morbihan department on the south coast of Brittany. The area looks like the sort of place...

The largest Bronze Age copper mine in the world

A seaside secret Llandudno is a seaside town on the coast of North Wales. Its long sandy beach, wide Victorian promenade, the longest pier in...