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Publication Account

Date 1986

Event ID 1017342

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Publication Account


Standing at 190 m OD on a terrace above the River Avon, near its confluence with the Spey, are five stones of a circle, 23.9 m in diameter, of which the stone in the south-west is a lofty 2.74 m tall. Within is a ring cairn comprising a circular bank of small stones, about 14 m in diameter with a central space 5 m in diameter.

Information from ‘Exploring Scotland’s Heritage: Grampian’, (1986).

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