Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Flying over megaliths








Aerial archaeology around Évora was the opportunity to discover new megaliths.
Three possible new menhirs, one protomegalithic tomb, one cup-marked stone and one roman settlement (with a possible reused menhir). Close to the Albardão bridge, just east of a Chalcolithic settlement with ditches.
Manuel Calado
Mário Carvalho

2 comments:

Renato said...

They say the sky is the limit, but, for archaeologists, the sky is a truly magnificent tool to fid new sites.

Renato said...

They say the sky is the limit, but, for archaeologists, the sky is a truly magnificent tool to find new sites.