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Collection Item

SC 336548

Catalogue Number SC 336548

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of A 54183

Scope and Content Recumbent stone circle at Easter Aquhorthies, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire This recumbent stone circle is at Easter Aquhorthies. It is built on the crest of a hill. The stones are graded in height with the flankers being the tallest. There may have been a ring cairn in the middle, but it is now only a slight bump in the ground. This is a view of the stones. The circle consists of the recumbent, its two flankers, and a further nine slightly smaller stones. Two further stones stand in front of the recumbent which is 3.8 m long. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


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