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Field Visit

Date October 1986

Event ID 1114101

Category Recording

Type Field Visit


This four-poster stone circle lies on gently sloping rough pasture on the SW shoulder of an unnamed hill. Three stones (A, B and D) remains upright, while the fourth (C) has fallen. The stones are placed at the corners of a trapezium with the long axes of stones A, B and D parallel to the short axis of the setting. A and D are the largest stones, measuring 1.38m and 1.2m in height respectively, and B stands to a height of 0.9m. The upper parking stones of A and D have been revealed in sheep scrapes, and B has been damaged by a recent fire built against its inner face.

Visited by RCAHMS (JBS) October 1986.

RCAHMS 1990.

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