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Arran, Allt Cul Corriehiam

Four Poster Stone Circle (Bronze Age)

Site Name Arran, Allt Cul Corriehiam

Classification Four Poster Stone Circle (Bronze Age)

Canmore ID 124430

Site Number NR92NW 30

NGR NR 9467 2685

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council North Ayrshire
  • Parish Kilmory
  • Former Region Strathclyde
  • Former District Cunninghame
  • Former County Buteshire

Archaeology Notes

NR92NW 30 9467 2685

The following site in North Ayrshire has been identified and recorded during fieldwork carried out by the staff of West of Scotland Archaeology Service. Full details are available in the WoSAS SMR.

NR 9467 2685 Allt Cul Corriehiam 4-post stone setting.

West of Scotland Archaeology Service 1997

NR 945 265 (centre) Sites recorded in March 1999, during a survey which covered an area of c 300ha lying to the N of Glenree Farmhouse on the unclassified Ross Road, running between Lamlash and Sliddery. The survey area consists of boggy upland moorland sheep pasture.

NR 9467 2685 Four-poster stone setting (NR92NW 30).

D A Bilsland 1999

NR 9465 2684 A setting of four lichen covered granite stones stands at 205m OD on the grass and heather clad south facing slope, west of the Allt Cul Corriehiam. Site identified during an archaeological survey on Arran and Jura by the ACFA.

Anne Wood and Scott Wood, 2003.


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