Sites of Ancient Britain in England and Wales:
Southwest | Cornwall
| England South
Southeast | West Sussex
| Lewes | East Sussex
| Kent | Berkshire
| Peak District
| Creswell Crags
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| Snowden Carr
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England South Central
| Rollright Stones | Kings
Stone | Whispering
Knights | The Rollright Virgo Stone |
Probable Rollright Survey Triangulation | Fallen Stones at the
| The Circle of Rollright
Stones | Rollright Stones
Stones Enstone | Minchinhampton
| Lyneham Stone |
Stones Trellech | Chadlington
Hawk Stone |
at the ROLLRIGHTS
First-time users please read
the Index Page thoroughly for understanding.
The Kings Stone at
the Rollright Stones
is one of the most remarkable
of all the megaliths in Ancient Britain.
Mainstream archaeologists have claimed
that the stone has its funny
because souvenir gatherers
had chipped many pieces from it.
of course that is nonsense, and
nothing could be further from the truth.
The shape of the
is intended to be as it is.
The Kings Stone represents the
Deneb in Cygnus and shows birds
of various kinds from various
It is a masterpiece of Stone Age art.
From the side-front
the entire megalith
is the head of an eagle
and a smaller
can also be seen at the top
(see the illustration further below).
From the thin side (above),
of the megalith
clearly shows the head of a bird
(a goose, we think).
From the side-back,
the megalith is a young chick.
the Kings Stone megalith,
in addition to showing
stars of Cygnus,
in the geodetic
also shows the stars of
on the stone.
In the geodetic
of Ancient Britain,
the Kings Stone at the Rollrights
represents Deneb in Cygnus,
Kings Men Stone Circle
at the Rollright Stones
is found approximately 50 yards
from the Kings Stone.
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