Destroyed Megalithic Sites

Xrobb l-Ghagin was built very close to a cliff edge which has eroded in the last 5,000 years so that nearly nothing of the construction survives today. Also the site is dangerous because the cliff is undercut, and is still collapsing. A clay bowl, slingstones and a decorated slab were taken for safekeeping and are now exhibited at the museum. The site had been used from about 4,000 BCE but the structure dates from about 3,600 -3,000 BCE.

Pronunciation: shrob lajin