King Arthur's Hall on Bodmin Moor from the air
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aerial photograph of King Arthur's Hall on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall England UK. One of the most enigmatic prehistoric structures in England, nothing is certain about King Arthur's Hall. It probably dates from the early Bronze age but may well go back to the Neolithic period. Its purpose is unknown but even in modern times it holds water and one theory is that it was intended to contain water for ritual purposes.
Luftbild von Kšnig Arthurs Hall auf Bodmin Moor, Cornwall England Gro§britannien. Eine der rŠtselhaftesten prŠhistorischen Strukturen in England, Ÿber King Arthur's Hall ist wenig bekannt. Es stammt wahrscheinlich aus der frŸhen Bronzezeit, kann aber gut in die Jungsteinzeit zurŸckgehen. Ihr Zweck ist unbekannt, aber auch in der Neuzeit hŠlt sie Wasser und eine Theorie besagt, dass sie Wasser fŸr rituelle Zwecke enthalten sollte.
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