Steve Sweeney-Turner

Articles by Steve Sweeney-Turner:

Cairnpapple Hill – A Symbol of All Prehistory

Few ancient monuments can claim anything like a life-span of 4,000 years. But in the Bathgate Hills of West Lothian, we find just such a place – Cairnpapple, in use at various points from the early-ish Neolithic to the Late Iron Age, from approximately 3,500 BC to 500 AD.

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