Hello everyone! This week’s map is the menhir: standing stone, orthostat, or lith is a large man-made upright stone, typically dating from the European middle Bronze Age. They can be found solely as monoliths, or as part of a group of similar stones. Menhirs’ size can vary considerably, but they are generally uneven and squared, often tapering towards the top.
Almost nothing is known of the social organization or religious beliefs of the people who erected the menhirs. There is not even any trace of these people’s language; however we do know that they buried their dead and had the skills to grow cereal, farm and make pottery, stone tools and jewelry.
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„The Menhir” map (30×30) has different versions: day, night, fog, rain (gridded and gridless as usual) and glowing runes!
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