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Studies of the last 20 years have pro- duced statistical evidence that megalithic builders and commu- nities actually observed the lunar perturbation. He has, however, used this argument, in our opinion unsuccessfully, to support his polygenetic theory. He maintains, rather, that it is possible to envisage an autonomous origin and a local development for at least four megalithic areas: Brittany, Denmark, southern Britain and Iberia Quite on the contrary, megalithism ap- pears to be a cultural phenomenon the distributional area of which is much too compact, and which shows too evident uni- tary characters, to be explained as a polygenetic phenomenon.
It is much simpler, more economic and sensible to assume an original focus area, with one or more areas of relatively inde- pendent development. On the cultural historical level, the rela- tive differentiation between the above listed four areas ought to be seen, rather, in the same way that we might speak of an Italian Baroque and within it a Roman, an Apulian, a Sicilian etc.
Baroque , of a German Baroque, of a Bohemian Baroque and the like. To attribute a polygenetic origin to cultural phe- nomena dispersed all over the world is legitimate; it is even in- Megalithism in a strictly generic sense, that is considered as the generic use of large stones of all kinds and in all shapes for monumental purposes can indeed be considered universal.
European Neo- lithic megalithism is too specific a phenomenon, both consider- ing its geographic boundaries and its typological uniformity, to be seen in a polygenetic key.
He does admit the cul- tural unity of Breton megalithism on the basis of the identity or similarity of motifs anthropomorphic designs: All these ad- missions falsify, in essence, the polygenetic thesis. And as to the origins of megalithism as a whole, then, Renfrew himself asks: Why, in a specific area — western Europe — do we find such a concentra- tion of megalithic tombs, while in other regions of Europe and the Near East there are hardly any comparable monuments?
The rhetorical question anticipates the answer already given by Gordon Childe that this is, indeed, the suggestion to be made; nevertheless Renfrew prefers a more difficult reading: Similarly to what, millennia later, medieval parish churches were to rural vil- lages.
The social context of these exchanges and this cooperation would be that of the great, collective celebrations documented by ethnography, within which exchange of gifts between groups, families and individuals takes place. Iberian megaliths, on the Atlantic, are almost as an- cient, but, as we have seen, Celtic influence on the Atlantic coast of Iberia could have already started in the Mesolithic.
Therefore, one cannot maintain, without falsifying chronologi- cal reality, that the wave of advance of megalithism coincides with that of the agriculture. Actually, it clearly goes in the op- posite direction, from west to east. The innovation of megalithism followed the same process: A Only in Brittany megalithism finds its roots in the Mesolithic, as it represents the transformation of non- monumental Mesolithic ritual areas B Only in Brittany, the great concentration of Mesolithic and Early Neolithic sites, that of megaliths, both on the coast and on the islands, and the coexistence of Mesolithic elements as, for example, deposits of shells in megalithic tombs 84, dem- onstrate the direct continuity of the Mesolithic fishing econ- omy, and bring archaeologists to the conclusion that Meso- lithic traditions and people were continued and integrated, and not replaced, by Neolithic and megalithic traditions and peo- ple.
C The antiquity of Breton megaliths, their construction level and the complexity of the rituals that can be imagined behind them, indicate that their beginning must go back to an earlier period D As Renfrew himself recognizes: This is often the case with fo- cal areas, elaboration of single types characterizing later areas.
Actually, what we observe in Arran and Rousay is the uninterrupted continuity of material culture from the Neolithic to this date. In the light of this evidence, incidentally, it becomes possible to re- evaluate the etymology of Orkney: Gordon Childe, already in the 1st edition of his Dawn  had noted: Which implies, obviously, a direct continuity between Palaeo- and Mesolithic stone traditions and megalithism.
But, again, there is no trace in the archaeological record of the arrival of these immigrant farmers! Ireland, entirely Celtic, is entirely megalithic.
In Great Britain, the areas with maximal megalithic density are the three Celtic areas: Wales, Cornwall and Scotland in its western part, the most exposed to Irish influence. In France, Celtic Brittany is the megalithic area par excellence, besides its very focus.
In the Iberian Peninsula, the area with maximal megalithic density is that of Galicia, an area where the pres- ence of Celtic peoples has left strong traces on language, toponymy, and folklore. Dialect names and local legends on megaliths: Moreover, dialect local names of megalithic sites are often connected to legends, of extraordinary value for arguing a continuity of European cultures and languages from prehistory Scholars have occasionally claimed that the folklore of megaliths goes back to a distant past94, and their colleagues Apart from other studies that we will quote below, cf.
I, pp. Once established, however, the legend remained attached to the site and is still today often referred to in the local tourist industry. Similarly, an old grindstone found in Forst Werder became an Opferstein in c. Moreover, the great similarity in the themes of many folktales over large areas seems to suggest that such tales are influenced more by each other than by the places they are about.
The folklore of ancient sites may thus be due to a widespread social phenomenon rather than to a continuity of oral tradition from prehis- tory Nevertheless, the new perspective offered by the PCT gives the opportunity of reconsidering the problem from an episte- mologically renewed approach.
The universe whence these various collections of remains come - from dialectal ones to those associated with traditional folk tales and myths — is the universe of the groups who lost their liberty with the beginning of the Metal ages and the establishment of stratified societies. Naturally, it is also a continuation of the preceding uni- verse of the Palaeolithic egalitarian societies.
This conclusion is, in itself, a first step in the formulation of a theory of generalized continuity In this sense, it should be stressed that the literacy of dia- lects and the way of considering legends cannot be in any way compared to the literacy of literary languages and the way of reading non-legendary literature: Dialects are made literate in a passive manner, usu- ally in order that they may be better studied: Therefore the prehistory merged with the dialects does not cease even when they are made literate.
If we accept these observations, we shall be no longer able to maintain, sic et simpliciter, that old written languages are older than modern dialects. We will try to offer a representative exemplification of the evi- dence given by these dialect names and legends to the PCT, considering also linguistic areas different from the Celtic one, such as the Italid names and legends from Corsica, Galicia, Portugal and France and the Germanic names and legends from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Correlation between legends and the chronology of megaliths The first relevant aspect to underline concerns the correla- tion between names, legends and the chronology of megaliths. In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern where the almost 1, megaliths known occur in several architectural types and are Una nuova ipotesi sulle origini del pianto rituale, in F. Ethnophilology of the European Tradition, Roma, Viella in press. The oldest references to tumuli gigantis are found in written documents of 13th c.
This fact can be considered as a reflection of the belief that the land was first inhabited by giants and then by fairies followed by humans , and the only reasonable explanation is that its origin must go back to — respectively — the Neolithic and the Metal Age.
The same dichotomy can be observed in Brittany, where, according to local folktales, different inhabitants live in differ- ent kinds of megaliths.
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Benozzo, vol. II, La vita nei campi: Therefore, these names and legends must have originated in a period when the shape of the megaliths were different from the one they have at present what we see today is only the skeleton of the original architec- ture. Irish legends are emblematic too. Patrick in the 5th century BC. But the Passage Tomb of Tara is dated to the 4th millennium BC and its legend can only go back to that period Newgrange was also considered the dwelling of the Daghdha, the good god.
Newgrange, in short, was a magical place. Traditional Celtic scholarship attributes all these legends to the Iron Age, or at the earliest to the Bronze Age, whereas it itself is dated to the 3rd millennium: Tara; C.
A Historical En- cyclopedia, 5 vols. V, pp. Boann, Daghda; E. Correlation between legends and recent excavations There are surprising correlations between folktales and re- cent excavation results, which seem to suggest a long continu- ity of folklore.
In the mound was exca- vated and the skeleton of a man, wearing a corset of gold that the most recent analysis has dated to ca.
This discovery gives evidence to the hy- pothesis that megalith legends belonging to the oral tradition originated in prehistory. Early 19th c. Among other similar cases in the same area, one might recall the Bollenberg near Falkenwalde, Kreis Prenzlau in Branden- burg, the Dronninghoj near Schuby in Schleswig-Holstein, and three tumuli in Peckatel near Schwerin: In Correlation between legends and the religious-astronomical function of megaliths Not surprisingly, oral legends show different levels of cor- relations with the astronomic function of megaliths see above.
According to this legend, the Lurcu, a gi- ant-shepherd with long hair, lived near a place named Casta. It is said that the giant was very clever and powerful.
People from the nearest village to his house Santu Petru di Tenda decided to kill him: In order not to be killed, the Lurcu told them three secrets: Nevertheless, after telling the three secrets, the giant and his mother were killed and buried near Bocca Pianosa and pp. The first element to observe is the connection of the legend with the life of shepherds: For example, in the region of Corsica named Ciutulaghja Ap- piettu a technique is still carried out, named invistita, consist- ing in leaving the flocks of sheep free to move along paths that have been created in the past by the sheep themselves.
The ter- ritory created by these virtual boundaries named rughionu co- incides with megalithic Neolithic areas.
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