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INDEX OF SITES
VISIBLE SITES
DOLMENS
La Hougue Bie
La Hougue Boëte
La Hougue de Vinde
La Hougue des Geonnais
La Hougue des Grosnez
La Hougue des Platons
La Pouquelaye de Faldouet
La Sergenté
Le Dolmen du Couperon
Le Dolmen du Mont Ubé
Le Mont de la Ville
Les Monts Grantez
The Beauport Dolmen
Ville-ès-Nouaux
MENHIRS
Cherry Farm Menhir
La Dame Blanche
La Greve D'Azette Menhir
Le Prévôté Menhir
Les Côtils Farm Menhir
Ponterson Lane Menhir
The Broken Menhir
The Great Menhir
The Little Menhir
The White Menhir
MEGALITHIC REMAINS
La Blanche Pierre
La Moye II
La Pierre de la Fêtelle
La Pouclée
La Table des Marthes
La Tête de la Fief de la Houguette
La Tête des Quennevais
L'Avenue et Dolmen du Prés du Lumières
Mont Felard Stones
The Ossuary
STONES
Hautlieu Stone
La Chêve Rue Stone
La Coupe Megaliths
La Dame Blanche
La Moye Golf Course Standing Stone
La Pierre aux Crabes
La Pierre des Baissières
La Rocco Stones
La Rocque ès Jovaies
La Rocque Stone
La Route de la Hougue Bie Stones
La Rue Laurens Stones
La Rue Voisin Stone
Les Landes Semi Circle of Stones
Les Mielles Golf Course Stones
Les Trois Rocques
Parklands Stone
Patier Lane Stone
Portelet Common Stone
South Hill Stone
St Ouën's Manor Standing Stone
St Saviour's Church Stones
Surville Stones
The Centre Stone
OCCUPATION SITES
Belcroute Bay
Frémont Point
Icho Tower
La Belle Hougue Cave I
La Cotte à la Chèvre
La Cotte de St Brelade
La Maître Île
La Motte
La Moye I
Le Câtel de Lecq
Le Câtel de Rozel
Le Pinacle
Les Câtieaux
Ile Agois
La Maîtresse Île
Mont Orgueil
Plémont Point
POW Camp & Les Blanches Banques
LOST & BURIED SITES
DOLMENS
Le Dicq
Le Rouge Bouillon
MENHIRS
La Blanche Pierre
La Blanche Pierre
La Clos de La Sergenté Menhir
La Rogodaine Menhir
La Rue au Blancq Menhir
Le Quésnil Menhir
Mont Cochon Menhir
St Brelade's Church Menhir
MEGALITHIC REMAINS
Almorah
Chestnut Farm Barrow
Forest Hill Stones
La Hougue de Fôret
La Hougue Le Bêqui
La Hougue Mauger
La Pouquelée des Pas
Les Cinq Pierres
Les Hougues de Millais
Mont Patibulaire
St Brelade's Bay Stones I
St Brelade's Bay Stones II
STONES
La Cache des Prés Stone
La Chasse Stone
Meadow Bank
St Catherine's Megalith
MISCELLANEOUS
Miscellaneous Stones
La Moye Golf Course Stones
Peat Exposures on St Ouën's Bay
Areas of Archaeolgical Potential
OTHER ISLANDS
Alderney
Guernsey
Herm
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Latest News...

During the lockdown period various changes have been made to the site. The navigation map below now uses Google Map functionality. Click the Google Map menu icon at the top left to display selectable menu items. Navigate to the page using the hyperlink in the description. Minor changes to the pages include location hyperlinks to Google Maps, What3Words addresses and revised grid references for the States of Jersey 1:25 000 Official Leisure Map 2017. Also, when clicked images will reload in a new page at a much higher resolution.

Dominic Egré's 3D models of selected dolmens have now been added to the respective dolmen pages. Click here to go to Dominic's 3D model site.

18/06/20

 
 

Jersey, largest of the Channel Islands has an area of approximately 114 sq. km. and is situated in the Gulf of St Malo. Originally connected to the European landmass the island became separated by rising sea levels at about 4000 BC. For a small island it is rich in archaeology.

This site was created to provide those interested with photographs of as many of the main prehistoric sites and structures that can be identified in Jersey today. Several are barely recognisable through the undergrowth, some are on private property, most though are accessible if you know where to look. Also included are photographs of future sites and stones that have been suggested to have a megalithic history.

 
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KEY
VISIBLE SITES LOST SITES
 
Dolmens DOLMENS Lost Dolmens DOLMENS
Menhirs MENHIRS Lost Menhirs MENHIRS
Megalithic Remains MEGALITHIC REMAINS Lost Megalithic Remains MEGALITHIC REMAINS
Stones STONES Lost Stones STONES
Occupation Sites OCCUPATION SITES    
Miscellameous Stones MISCELLANEOUS STONES    
Areas of Archaeologocal Potential AREAS OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL POTENTIAL    
 
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Jeremy Percival, Jersey
 
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Site created   - 21/10/03
Last updated - 27/11/20
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