Neolithic Sites in Western Europe
Images and Ritual Meanings

Trevethy Quoit, Bodmin Moor, England

This impressive dolmen stands in an enclosed field at the east of St. Cleer, on the border of Bodmin Moor. The great capstone measures fourteen feet in length and has a small hole, which may have been designed to allow light to enter the chamber at a certain time of the year. This photo was taken in June of 2001.

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