Blog on Neolithic enclosures

Photo of Sheep avoiding direct sunlight at Avebury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom.
Sheep avoiding direct sunlight at Avebury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom. Copyright © Victor Jimenez Jaimez 2014 – Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).

Today, we’re excited to announce the launching of a new section of this website about Neolithic enclosures, where more dynamic content is expected. In this blog you’ll find news, discussions, a look at different aspects related to Neolithic European enclosures and even guest contributions.

This site is the main result of the ‘outreach’ activities carried out as part of the Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship Project titled IBERENCLOGIS. The site is aimed at the general public and archaeology students. The approach chosen, the language used and the aspects stressed are intended as an exercise in communication with the non-initiated, not with the specialist. This project must be seen as a first step towards the dissemination of higher quality knowledge about Neolithic enclosures in Europe.

The newly created blog is intended to make it easier for people to participate in sharing knowledge about Neolithic and Copper age enclosures in Europe. So if you have content that you think would be of interest to the audience of this blog, you’re more than welcome to contact us. Enjoy!


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