Cycoliths (Stone circles)
Multiple stones (ie not "monoliths") erected in an approximate circle and never covered by earth (ie not "dolmens")
The connection belongs to Constructions connections.
- Brú na Bóinne: A circle of standing stones also surrounds Newgrange. .. excavation have shown that one of the stones of the circle lies directly on top of the Early Bronze Age Pit Circle. (see link) Link
- Frontiers of the Roman Empire: Hadrians Wall, Location 430ter-182 "Stone circle, defended settlement, Romano-British farmstead & field system, Roman camp & group of shielings immediately south of Greenlee Lough" (UNESCO)
- Neolithic Orkney: Ring of Brodgar
- Pyrénées - Mont Perdu: Gavarnie
- Solovetsky Islands: stone alignments and circles
- Stone Circles of Senegambia
- Wadi Rum: Several stone circles with a larger stone standing in the centre, located in the foothills of Jebel Umm Ishrin and Jebel Rum, have been identified as pre-Islamic shrines (AB ev)
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