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Shining Land
The ancient sites of West Penwith, Cornwall
Palden Jenkins
Shining Land
Site nearly complete - organically growing
and what they tell us about megalithic civilisation
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Pics and Maps | 9 | Stones

For Readers
Maps and images from Chapter Nine:
Propped, Placed and Oriented Stones
A simulacrum at Carn Kenidjack - natural or placed?
Carn Cravah, overlooking Nanjizal Bay
Boswarva Carn, near Lanyon Quoit
A rock near Carn Barra - natural or placed?
Propped stone at Carn Creis, Nanquidno
Propped gateway menhir at Carn Lês Boel
Propped menhir at Trevean 1
Delicately balanced boulder near Pordenack Point
Oriented stone at Carn Vellan below Trewellard
Three oriented rocks at the ‘council circle’, Bosigran Castle
One of the oriented stones at Greeb, Land's End
Solution basins at Creeg Tol, Boscawen-ûn
Shining Land
A book by Palden Jenkins about the ancient sites of West Penwith in Cornwall
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