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Lewis, Callanish

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View from south.
Original mounted photograph annotated by Erskine Beveridge ' The Callernish Stones, from S'. 
From the RCAHMS Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Collection MS/36/209.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of excavation at Callanish.
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View of stone circle at Callanish, Lewis.
Titled 'Druidical Circle at Callernish in the Island of Lewis, N. Hebrides. G. R. Mackarness , July 1866.' [Antiquarian, Vicar of Ilam, Derbyshire.]
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Detail of hornblende intrusion on E face of stone on W side of N avenue.
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View of W row.
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General oblique aerial view centred on the stone circle and stone row, the remains of the buildings and lazy beds at Calanais on the Isle of Lewis, taken from the SSW.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the stone circle and stone row, the remains of the buildings and lazy beds at Calanais, taken from the E.
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Draft ink plan of 'Stone of Callernish, Lewis, Hebrides, JLP, 1857'. Photographic copy.
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Tracing of 13/19 and 22/2 with additions J.L.Palmer 1857
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