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View from N

B 5912

Description View from N

Date 1990

Catalogue Number B 5912

Category Photographs and Off-line Digital Images

Copies SC 393545

Scope and Content Cairn at Ninewells, Perth and Kinross This unusual cairn, which is situated in woodland to the east of Dunkeld, consists of a low stony mound set on an earthen platform. This view is taken from the north and shows the cairn surrounded by a boulder kerb, the stones of which have been graded in size with the largest on the south-west. One of the kerb stones on the west bears four cupmarks. Although most Bronze Age cairns are pudding-basin shaped, this cairn belongs to a group of relatively low, inconspicuous mounds. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


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