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Five Stone Field

Stone Circle (Neol/bronze Age)

Site Name Five Stone Field

Classification Stone Circle (Neol/bronze Age)

Alternative Name(s) Frogden; Fire Stone Field

Canmore ID 58189

Site Number NT72NE 2

NGR NT 7737 2922

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Scottish Borders, The
  • Parish Linton (Roxburgh)
  • Former Region Borders
  • Former District Roxburgh
  • Former County Roxburghshire

Archaeology Notes

NT72NE 2 7737 2922

(Centre: NT 7737 2922) Fire Stone Field (NAT).

OS 6" map, Roxburghshire, (1918-38).

Stone Circle, Frogden (Site). About a mile NE. of Frogden, on the N. side of the road between Frogden and Greenlees, there were formerly five or six upright stones forming a circle "about the size of a cock-pit" (Statistical Account [OSA] 1792). This circle, which was adopted as a rendezvous by Border raiders in the Middle Ages and became known as the "Tryst", (OSA 1792) has long since disappeared, but its approximate site is indicated on the OS map by the name Five (misprinted "Fire") Stone Field.

RCAHMS 1956, visited 11 May 1939.

No further information. Neither the name 'Five Stone Field' nor any circle of stones appears on an estate plan of the lands of Frogden dated 1788, now in the farmhouse of Frogden.

Visited by OS(WDJ) 14 November 1967.


Sbc Note

Visibility: This was the site of an archaeological monument, which may no longer be visible.

Information from Scottish Borders Council


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