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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 676722

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NN50SE 34 5646 0192

NN 5632 0196 A possible ring cairn of large boulders c.14m diameter with later land clearance accumulated within it up to 2m high. A field bank is constructed along the N side.

G B Bailey 1987.

The monument comprises the remains of a ring cairn of prehistoric date surviving as a grassed-over stony mound. It lies on rough pasture at around 170m OD, commanding extensive views over the Lake of Menteith to the S, and comprises a cairn of large boulders approximately 16m in diameter by around 1.6m high, further heightened by later accumulations of field clearance stones. A kerb is visible along the NW and S sides.

Information from Historic Scotland, scheduling document dated 3 March 1999.

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