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Long Meg Avebury group
Long Meg ....and her Daughters

This location contains more than one megalithic monument, the individual sites are listed below.


Avebury Stone Circle

OS Map Reference SU102699.

This site is in the county of Wiltshire.

The nearest village is Avebury.

The nearest town is Marlborough.

To help get to the circle refer to OS map 173.

More details of this site can be seen at:


British Stone Circles British Stone Circles

Megalithic Mysteries Megalithic Mysteries

Wicker Screen Wicker Screen

Tania Ruiz Tania Ruiz's Web Pages

Megaliths Megaliths, stone circles, etc

Steve and Co Steve and Co's Pages

Earth Mysteries Earth Mysteries

Anne Dillon Art of Anne Dillon

English Heritage English Heritage

Ancient Sites Directory Ancient Sites Directory

UK Stone Circles UK Stone Circles and Antiquities

Stone Pages Stone Pages (Still Images)

Stone Pages Stone Pages (QuickTime VR)

Watford Gap to Camelot From Watford Gap to Camelot

Watford Gap to Camelot From Watford Gap to Camelot

Virtual Fieldtrip Virtual Fieldtrip

Myths and Megaliths Myths and Megaliths

Myths and Megaliths Myths and Megaliths

Ancient Britain Ancient Sites of Britain


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West Kennet Avenue Multiple Stone Rows / Avenue

OS Map Reference SU103700.

This site is in the county of Wiltshire.

The nearest village is Avebury.

The nearest town is Marlborough.

This site is also known as Avebury.

To help get to the circle refer to OS map 173.

More details of this site can be seen at:


Megalithic Mysteries Megalithic Mysteries

Watford Gap to Camelot From Watford Gap to Camelot


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Falkner`s Circle Stone Circle

OS Map Reference SU109693.

More details of this site can be seen at:


Alastair's OTHER stone circle pages Alastair's OTHER Stone Circle Pages


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Go back to map sheet SU.

Go back to the map of the British Isles.

Browse the list of stone circles and rows by name.


The data for these pages includes information kindly provided by Dr Aubrey Burl from the following books:

Stone Circles of the British Isles 1976,

A Guide to the Stone Circles of Britain and Ireland Yale University Press 1995,

From Carnac to Callanish : The Prehistoric Stone Rows and Avenues of Britain, Ireland and Brittany Yale University Press 1993.


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