Timber circles

In archaeology, timber circles are circular arrangements of wooden posts interpreted as being either complexes of freestandingtotem poles or as the supports for large circular buildings. An alternative generic name given to these remains is "Woodhenge" after the example at Stonehenge.

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Brú na Bóinne Newgrange
Cahokia Mounds
Dacian Fortresses Sarmizegetusa Regia (wiki)
Stonehenge Woodhenge


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