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A Car Park Megalith

March 23, 2017

Archaeodeath

IMG_5464 One of three trilithons within the modern megalithic feature near Bryn Celli Ddu

IMG_5576 The megalithic feature, beside the car park at Bryn Celli Ddu

This is one for the urban prehistorian, for while it does not concern urban environments and an ‘unlikely place’, it does relate a modern megalithic feature installed close to a megalithic monument hailing from prehistory: the Neolithic henge monument converted into a passage grave in south-east Anglesey known as Bryn Celli Ddu.

IMG_5467 The modern megalithic with its one solitary stone blocking the approach

I visited Bryn Celli Ddu last summer with three of my miniature archaeologists and blogged about it here. Either because I wasn’t expecting it and was so busy navigating said offspring out of the car and heading off for the ancient monument, or because it was only built in the latter part of 2014, I didn’t notice a striking megalithic feature within…

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