zennor quoit. neolithic dolmen. the movie part one.
dolmen are amongst the earliest monuments to appear on the penwith peninsular and were carefully positioning within the landscape. placed on the plateau below and east of zennor hill and adjacent to the sperris outcrops and quoit. zennor hill contains many unusual stones, and can be seen on the hill’s silhouette. all undoubtably important to those that built the quoit and echoed in its shape and form. dolmen appear all along the atlantic seaboard all the way up the western coast of england wales across ireland and the north west and central scotland and connects it to the migratory routes of the first farmers. although associated with burials they are considered to have multi-purpose uses, rather more in spirit of shrines or the ancient greek agora, where people gather to venerate the ancestors and the changing seasons; places of interaction and exchange. …,