Carreg Coetan Arthur quoit neolithic dolmen near Newport, North Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK

Carreg Coetan Arthur quoit neolithic dolmen near Newport, North Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK
Carreg Coetan Arthur quoit neolithic dolmen near Newport, North Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK

size: 760066
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size: 731755
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Comments 4

  • Carreg – stone
    Coetan – coeval, contemporary
    Arthur – ?

  • This explanation is full of complicated words, but doesn’t really explain what exactly is it?!
    Is it a man-made structure? Kind of looks like it… Who did it and why? What does it symbolize, etc…

  • Thanks for the explanation!

  • The stone structure above is from the “Neolithic” age (Stone Age).
    A “Quoit” means – the flat covering stone of a dolmen.
    A “Dolmen” is a type of single-chamber megalithic tomb

    Putting the name to the image above, the title hierarchy (descending order) should be,
    “name – time period – type of object – object – location”, making the title to be:

    “Carreg Coetan Arthur-neolithic quoit dolmen near Newport, North Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK”

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