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Clach Na H-iobairt

Standing Stone (Prehistoric)

Site Name Clach Na H-iobairt

Classification Standing Stone (Prehistoric)

Alternative Name(s) Pitagown; Pitagowan

Canmore ID 25816

Site Number NN86NW 4

NGR NN 8214 6590

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Perth And Kinross
  • Parish Blair Atholl
  • Former Region Tayside
  • Former District Perth And Kinross
  • Former County Perthshire

Archaeology Notes

NN86NW 4 8214 6590.

(NN 8214 6590) Clach Na h-Iobairt (NR)

OS 6" map, Perthshire, 2nd ed., (1900)

At Pitagown is one large standing stone and two or three lying by it.

OSA 1792.

This stone is 1.5m high by 1.1m wide by 0.4m thick, and bears no markings of any kind. No other stones could be found. The name could not be confirmed.

Surveyed at 1/2500.

Visited by OS (W D J) 7 September 1967.


Field Visit (23 October 1942)

This site was included within the RCAHMS Emergency Survey (1942-3), an unpublished rescue project. Site descriptions, organised by county, vary from short notes to lengthy and full descriptions and are available to view online with contemporary sketches and photographs. The original typescripts, manuscripts, notebooks and photographs can also be consulted in the RCAHMS Search Room.

Information from RCAHMS (GFG) 10 December 2014.

Archaeological Evaluation (15 March 2011)

NN 82300 65900 (centred on) An evaluation was undertaken on 15 March 2011 on an irregularly-shaped field immediately E of the House of Bruar and the scheduled ancient monument of Clach na-I-Obairt standing stone (SAM 1517). The evaluation consisted of the excavation of 21 targeted trial trenches, covering 6.96% of the development area. No significant archaeology was encountered across the development area, but prehistoric remains were revealed just E of the site. These consisted of a series of negative cut features. The features were sampled and a fire-cracked stone and fragments of Bronze Age Beaker pottery recovered.

Archive: RCAHMS

Funder: House of Bruar

Addyman Archaeology, 2011

Information also reported in Oasis (addymana1-98299) 29 August 2011


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