This cabinet is made out of dark wood and inlaid with marbles and stones of different colors. The cabinet is used as a storage unit, and for decorative purposes.

Cabinet

This cabinet is made out of dark wood and inlaid with marbles and stones of different colors. The cabinet…

The German chair was decorated with stones.

German Chair

The German chair was decorated with stones.

The German chair was decorated with stones.

German Chair

The German chair was decorated with stones.

Chopping tools used as hand axes in the Chellean age.

Chellean Age Chopping tools

Chopping tools used as hand axes in the Chellean age.

A granite quarry.

Granite

A granite quarry.

A flat circular stone used for grinding or sharpening tools.

Grindstone

A flat circular stone used for grinding or sharpening tools.

A marble quarry.

Marble

A marble quarry.

A menhir is a large upright standing stone. Menhirs may be found singly as monoliths, or as part of a group of similar stones. Their size can vary considerably; but their shape is generally uneven and squared, often tapering towards the top. Menhirs are widely distributed across Europe, Africa, and Asia, but are most numerous in Western Europe; in particular in Ireland, Great Britain and Brittany.

Group of Menhirs

A menhir is a large upright standing stone. Menhirs may be found singly as monoliths, or as part of…

Three pictures of early stone implements during the Mousterian age.

Mousterian Age stone implements

Three pictures of early stone implements during the Mousterian age.

Early stone implements use by true men during the Reindeer age. These stones include scrapers and points.

Reindeer Age Stone Implements

Early stone implements use by true men during the Reindeer age. These stones include scrapers and points.

Three views of a rostro-carinate (earliest period) Paleolithic stone implement. All roughly drawn to scale.

Paleolithic Stone

Three views of a rostro-carinate (earliest period) Paleolithic stone implement. All roughly drawn to…

Shiny, black, oblong stone.

Tourmaline

Shiny, black, oblong stone.

"Plan of chambered barrow or cairn, at Garrywhin, Caithness. BARROW, a sepulchral mound of earth or stones raised over the site of a burial as a mark of honor to the dead." -Hazeltine, 1894

Tumulus

"Plan of chambered barrow or cairn, at Garrywhin, Caithness. BARROW, a sepulchral mound of earth or…

A species of masonry very common among the ancients, in which the stones are square and laid lozenge-wise, resembling the meshes of a net, and producing quite an ornamental appearance. It is the opus reticulate of the Romans.

Reticulated Work

A species of masonry very common among the ancients, in which the stones are square and laid lozenge-wise,…