Here are articles from Meyn Mamvro on Quoits - the name for dolmens and cromlechs that is used in Cornwall.
Together with neolithic tor enclosures, they are the oldest megalithic sites in Cornwall. They date from the mid-3000s BCE, the neolithic era.
For more on Quoits, try here.
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Themes INDEX | Quoits (cromlechs) | Chambered cairns | Stone Circles | Menhirs | Stone Rows | Holed Stones | Inscribed Stones | Hill Forts & Cliff Castles | Fogous | Holy Wells | Medieval Crosses | Settlements | Isles of Scilly | Goddess Sites | Arthurian Sites | Lyonesse | Mysterious Places | Cornwall and Ireland