The cremated remains of a young adolescent were found in a ceramic vessel when this site was excavated in 1958. The site was in use 1100-800 B.C.E. The “Druid Altar” and entry pillars roughly align with the solstice sun. Nearby two stone-walled circular huts were in use right up to 500 C.E. The smaller one contained a hearth, a well, and a trough for boiling water. This was presumably done by adding stones heated in a fire. When tested on site, 70 gallons of cold water could be brought to a boil in 18 minutes! It also stayed sufficiently hot to cook meat for three more hours!
When you live near remnants of people’s homes from 3,000 years before you, I think it tends to lessen one’s sense of self-importance and put your life in a different perspective.