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PETROGLIFOS DE GALICIA

PETROGLIFOS DE GALICIA

"King Daithi Stone  This marks the grave of the former King and High King and nephew of Niall of the Nine Hostages. Daithi (405AD – 426AD) was the last Pagan King of Ireland."

"King Daithi Stone This marks the grave of the former King and High King and nephew of Niall of the Nine Hostages. Daithi (405AD – 426AD) was the last Pagan King of Ireland."

Mynydd y Gaer, Wales, is one of the most mystical sites in Britain. Legend has it that "Uthyr Pendragon" Arthur's father, may be buried at Caer (fortress) Caradoc, and maybe even Arthur himself, but historians Blackett and Wilson interpret "Uther Pendragon" as a title used by Athrwys and his father, King Meurig ap Tewdr of Gwent and Glywysing (mid 7th century).  A. L. Roberts

Mynydd y Gaer, Wales, is one of the most mystical sites in Britain. Legend has it that "Uthyr Pendragon" Arthur's father, may be buried at Caer (fortress) Caradoc, and maybe even Arthur himself, but historians Blackett and Wilson interpret "Uther Pendragon" as a title used by Athrwys and his father, King Meurig ap Tewdr of Gwent and Glywysing (mid 7th century). A. L. Roberts

The Hollywood Stone was found beside an ancient paved pilgrims trackway which leads through the Wicklow mountains in Ireland.

The Hollywood Stone was found beside an ancient paved pilgrims trackway which leads through the Wicklow mountains in Ireland.

tintagel labyrinth, cornwall, england.  (i was there many years ago, but didn't see it - or know to look.  ...but i felt it *everywhere*; didn't yet know what to call it!)  ...@Maitreya Levanchild

tintagel labyrinth, cornwall, england. (i was there many years ago, but didn't see it - or know to look. ...but i felt it *everywhere*; didn't yet know what to call it!) ...@Maitreya Levanchild

Pictish stone

Pictish stone

The Gnoll Stone (Cefn Hirfynydd) is part of a Celtic wheel cross. It shows a Celtic priest, in a short pleated kilt, with his hands raised in prayer. It represents Christian tradition brought to Wales by monks from Ireland.

The Gnoll Stone (Cefn Hirfynydd) is part of a Celtic wheel cross. It shows a Celtic priest, in a short pleated kilt, with his hands raised in prayer. It represents Christian tradition brought to Wales by monks from Ireland.

The Janus Figure is believed to be between 2000 and 3000 years old and stands about 4 feet high in Caldragh Cemetery, an ancient burial ground on Boa Island in Northern Ireland.

The Janus Figure is believed to be between 2000 and 3000 years old and stands about 4 feet high in Caldragh Cemetery, an ancient burial ground on Boa Island in Northern Ireland.

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