I visited our museum park again one afternoon when it wasn’t as crowded as it was on Midsummer’s Eve when I was there last. Besides old wooden buildings, they also have a collection of reconstructions of ancient burial sites.
The Cist goes back to 2400 – 1500 BC.
The stone circle was common from the Bronze Age until the Viking age.
More unusual is a triangular, sort of starlike shape from the Iron Age (~500-1050 AD).
These four photos are all straight-from-the-camera shots.
The light was a little difficult, both sunlight and shadow.