Skara Brae | Neolithic Origins in Ancient Orkney 3180 BC | Megalithomania

Explore Orkney with Megalithomania in August 2019. Details here: http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/orkneytour2019.html.
An exploration of Skara Brae, a neolithic settlement on the west coast of Orkney. It dates to as early as 3180 BC and was abandoned around 2500 BC. Several carved geometric stone spheres were discovered here (see documentary about those here: https://youtu.be/Ju3NphJ_16E). Hugh speculates on various theories about its origin and its influence suggesting it is much more important that fully realised. Includes exclusive aerial footage.

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