Please open the following embedded link to read the news story by Ted Thornhill:
‘Discovery of a lifetime’: Stone Age temple found in Orkney is 800 years older than Stonehenge – and may be more important
- The site contains 100 buildings, forming a ‘temple precinct’
- Stonehenge may not have been the centre of Neolithic culture after all
- It could take decades to fully explore and examine
I wish to thank MailOnine.com for publishing such an interesting story.
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The Ness of Brodgar Excavations
Ah! I bet you thought that somehow and somewhere in this Roland’s Ramblings entry that I was going to sneak in a reference to Elliot Ness. Well, guess what? I just did.