Quiz: The Pre-Historic Monuments of Britain

Britain is littered with the remains of prehistoric cultures. Most people will recognise Stonehenge but the story does not end there - come and have a look.

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This is the largest stone circle in Europe, it is so large that the village that gives it its name lies completely within it.

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The most iconic image of Stonehenge is the large stones with another stone laid across the top like a lintel. What name is given to these structures?

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At 130 feet high and covering around 5 acres what is the largest man made mound in Europe?

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Which stone circle lies next to the main road between Buxton and Ashbourne in Derbyshire?

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Which neolithic village was found on Orkney after a severe storm uncovered it in 1850?

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In 1962 Professor Alexander Thom proposed that prehistoric people had a standard unit of measurement. What did he call this unit?

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Druids built Stonehenge.

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What is 110 metres long, is around 3,000 years old, cannot be seen in its entirety from ground level and is periodically scoured?

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Grimes Graves on the Norfolk/Suffolk border is what?

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In 1998 a strange structure was found on the beach near Holme in Norfolk. It consisted of a tree trunk that had been inverted and buried in the sand surrounded by a wooden pallisade wall. Wha

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