Celts & Teutons

Megaliths, Menhirs, Stone Circles, Dolmen and the graves of Kings.

Celts & Teutons

Celts & Teutons

Left behind by an early European culture, the origins of these fascinating structures have become lost in the mists of time. Who were the magnificent master builders?

What meaning did the Menhirs, Stone Circles and Dolmen have to people of ancient civilizations? The oldest Megalithic grave dates back 6700 years – approximately 2000 years older than the pyramid culture of Egypt.

What happened on the Druids alters and which cruel rituals where practiced there?

What are the meanings behind the Stone Circle of Avebury and who built Stonehenge?

This DVD explores all of these questions in prolific detail and attempts to find the answers to these fascinating mysteries.

The Megalithic structures are truly delightful to behold and can vary significantly from huge single stones to breathtaking structures pieced together without the aid of mortar or cement.

With some megaliths dating back almost 7,000 years, it is remarkable that thousands still remain throughout Europe, Africa and Asia virtually unchanged from when they were originally built.

By far the most common type of megalith in Britain is the stone circle of which there are hundreds still standing; the most obvious and recognisable being Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England.

Being erected approximately 4,500 years ago, the site served as a burial ground for over 500 years.

This DVD explores the famous site and reveals key details about its origins and history.

Featuring over 60 minutes or documentary footage and bonus material, this DVD charts the history of some of the most impressive and mysterious structures from around the world and should appeal to all with an interest in the Iron and Bronze Ages.

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Celts & Teutons

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