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Brigantes Nation is a website for people interested in researching the Ancient Tribe of the Brigantes based in Northern England. However that primary research focus has expanded over the years to include other related topics including the very earliest of the prehistoric sites of the area, comparative studies based in order areas, Vitrified forts and many other aspects of British history and prehistory.

This site is two sites in one, for none members there is access to our main research pages which in some cases includes walking guides covering some of our greatest ancient sites.

For members we have an extensive set of private research pages which they can draw on in order to create their own contributions to the site. Membership includes access to our groups, forums, chat and posts. Membership is free, simply fill in our registration form, activate your account and wait for your membership to be approved.

Benefits of Membership

It’s free!

Ability to comment on any post, to add your own thoughts and even research notes

Access to about 1Gb of private research pages, including our Library and extensive site research notes

Ability to post in our groups and forums

Ability to connect with like minded people keen to research the Brigantes tribe.

Near Moor, North Yorkshire

Rock Art on Near Moor Site Notes For all my Grid Reference i give are from Ordnance Survey outdoor leisure 26 map ”North York Moors” western area. At SE48090 98917 this Neolithic Pointer lay’s close to a Bronze Age Field System. I have explored this area several times and find that much more time is …

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Yorkshire’s “Sacred Vale” – The Dawn of Brigantia

The “Sacred” Vale of Mowbray – Brigantia’s Neolithic Capital? More than 2,000 years before the discovery and widespread use of Iron an unprecedented bout of monument building in the centre of Brigantia created the Britain’s largest religious monument complex, a place that has been suggested as being Britain’s religious capital during the Neolithic Period. Whatever …

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