|A complex of quite a few sites|
|All this in the little museum, with a video; larger displays in|
the museum at Lagos, which administers the Alcalar sites
|Out in the field now; obviously this is a classroom for|
education about megalithic life (a school bus pulled up as we
|And in English too|
|As we'll see shortly, there is a central chamber|
with two side chambers; not huge, but corballed,
tholos-style; I did not go inside...it was a close
fit, and bees were buzzing about inside...the nerve!
bees in a beehive tomb!
|Trying my hands/shoulders at megalith building; I think I might|
have been more of a supervisory type...
|Well, it was a medium-lith|
|Explaining the limestone kiln, which I am not sure was neolithic|
|It was relatively huge, however|
|Non-neolithic hacienda nearby; we wondered how the discovery|
of nearby megalithic centers affects real estate values
|Looking down into the tholos tomb...you can just barely make|
out the corballing...