Orkney: The Great Wall of Brodger in Orkney, Scotland, Carbon Dating, Groovedware Pottery, Orkney Double Entranced Neolithic Structures, the Symbolic Use of Maceheads, the Ness of Brodger, Earliest Known Wall Painting, and the Death of the Orkney Site

The Great Wall of Brodger in Orkney, Scotland is 3 meters tall and is so thick that archeologists estimate that it wasn’t used for defensive measures. It is hypothesized that it was built to prevent anyone from seeing what was going on inside the walls of the enclosure, perhaps a temple of sorts designed to contain powers within. Carbon 14 is within every living organism on Earth. Because carbon 14 is radioactive, it gradually decays. Scientists understand what carbon 14 activity presents as wit...

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