General blueprint for Porskær Stenhus drawn by A. P. Madsen
Neolithic stone axe with handle ehenside tarn british museum.
Jættestue Mårhøj on Hindsholm
Cutaway picture of a Viking house:
Schematic of changes in material and economic culture between Ertebolle and Early Neolithic Funnel Beaker cultures in Denmark-Scania.
Perforated stone battleaxe, boat-shaped, one end hammer, one end axe blade, grey, rough surface. Middle Neolithic (Single grave) Date2800BC-2400BC Denmark,Fyn
View of a Passage Grave. Passage graves date from the Neolithic (new stone age) period and are amongst the largest of the megalithic (large stone) tombs in Ireland. They consist of a long tunnel, or passage, with stone sides (orthostats) and ceiling that leads to a chamber or number of chambers where the remains are laid. The passage is then covered with a large cairn bordered by large footstones, sometimes with carvings.
Trechterbekercultuur. Catch of axes
Skara Brae is a large stone-built Neolithic settlement, located on the Bay of Skaill on the west coast of Mainland, Orkney, Scotland. It consists of ten clustered houses, and was occupied from roughly 3180 BCE–2500 BCE. Europe's most complete Neolithic village
Yooniq images - Prehistory, Sweden, Neolithic. Diorite club in the shape of a moose. From Alunda.