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Inked plan of Culbokie Henge. Also copy negative D15305

RCD 114/2

Description Inked plan of Culbokie Henge. Also copy negative D15305

Date 1980

Collection RCAHMS

Catalogue Number RCD 114/2

Category Prints and Drawings

Copies SC 343473

Scope and Content Henge monument at Culboki, Ross and Cromarty, Highland This henge is defined by a broad penannular ditch which is broken by an entrance causeway on the SE. The ditch is surrounded by a continuous bank. The interior of the henge contains the remains of a possible stony mound. This is a plan of the henge. It was surveyed in 1980. The entrance causeway across the ditch is quite broad, but it is not matched by a corresponding break in the bank. Although the bank does not stop here, it does appear to be much slighter. This henge survives as an earthwork in the NE corner of a cultivated field. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.

Scale 1:200


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