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The Tyntila Murder - Nearly a hundred years ago there occurred on the mountainside below a lonely Rhondda mountain farm a tragedy which for months afterwards focused the attention of the outside world on the small mining village of Gellidawel and which even today is spoken of in many Rhondda homes as the "mystery of Tyntila." The mystery remains unsolved to this day.

Carreg Coetan Arthur is the name of a neolithic dolmen near Newport in North Pembrokeshire, Wales.[1] Carreg Coetan Arthur dates from around 3000 BC and is the remains of a Neolithic burial chamber (also known as a quoit). The remains consist of a 4 metre long capstone on smaller supporting rocks. It would have originally been earth covered but this has eroded away. The site is managed by Cadw and it is a scheduled ancient monument.

British archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a mysterious prehistoric structure that might be older than Egypt’s pyramids.

One of the best known megalithic structures in Britain, ‘Men-An-Tol’ means ‘holed stone’ and looks like the figures ‘101’ from a certain angle. Its true purpose remains a mystery | St Ives, Cornwall

Ring of Brodgar, Orkney, Scotland - The Ring of Brodgar is a Neolithic henge and stone circle on the Mainland, the largest island in Orkney, Scotland. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Heart of Neolithic Orkney

Hurlers Stone Circles

The Hurlers - Cornwall's answer to Stonehenge! Three fine late Neolithic or early Bronze Age stone circles arranged in a line, a grouping unique in England. Probably the best examples of ceremonial circles in the south west, they are traditionally reputed to be the remains of men petrified for playing 'hurling' on a Sunday.

Viking skeleton found in WalesA skeleton of a Viking has been discovered by archaeologists at Llanbedrgoch, Anglesey. Scientists from Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales, who made the discovery believe it will shed new light on the interaction between Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Viking-age worlds operating around the Irish Sea.

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