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Publication plan of Weston henge. Photographic copy. Also copy negative D15308

LAD 115/2 P

Description Publication plan of Weston henge. Photographic copy. Also copy negative D15308

Date 11/11/1974

Collection RCAHMS

Catalogue Number LAD 115/2 P

Category Photographs and Off-line Digital Images

Copy of LAD 115/2

Copies SC 342791, SC 343705

Scope and Content Henge monument at Weston, South Lanarkshire This henge is oval-shaped and survives as an earthwork. It has a pair of slightly curving ditches with external banks. Two entrances are visible and these face towards the N and S. The N entrance is the broadest. This is a plan of the henge. The dashed lines indicate where the ends of the banks may have stopped before they were damaged by ploughing. A modern fence runs across the henge. This henge can still be seen on the ground. The outer edges of the henge have been damaged by ploughing. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.

Scale 1mm:1ft

Medium Ink

External Reference Inv. Fig 32


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