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Photograph of recumbent stone circle.

SC 336529

Description Photograph of recumbent stone circle.

Catalogue Number SC 336529

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of AB 4137

Scope and Content Recumbent stone circle at Old Keig, Aberdeenshire This recumbent stone circle is at Old Keig. It is built on slight bank on the crest of a hill. The recumbent stone is the largest example known. It weighs 53 tons and would have needed around 100 men to bring it up the hill. This is a view of the remains of the circle. The large recumbent and its two flankers are still standing. Only one other stone from the circle remains. A ring cairn stands in the centre. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


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