Talk:Unstan Chambered Cairn

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What is that????[edit]

It's possible that Unstan was in use well into the second millennium BC; an arrowhead was discovered in the tomb that is characteristic of the Beaker People who lived from the Late Neolithic into the Bronze Age

It is possible that Beaker People was not in Europe to this time. That is a absolutly nonsense comment. Bellbeaker is not earlyer as 2800 BC and to this time not in Okney. That is "celtomanie". The Unstan Ware/Grooved Ware had a diffusion of Funnelbeaker (TRB). These are not "pre-celtic". You must wait a bit longer of Bellbeaker. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 5.159.60.43 (talk) 15:31, 28 June 2013 (UTC)