Mr Hamhead wrote:
No...I think the whole thing was surrounded by a mound....when they dragged the capstone up the mound the side stone fell in. I think they would have continued to use it, entering from the other side.....
...the same could have happened at Mulfra and Zennor.....
Except the engravings of Zennor (if accurate) show the capstone in situ like Lanyon. Interesting though.
Mufra always reminds me of TMA (the book) and how Julian makes the point about its age by reference to how old it would have been to (I think) Jesus, which I always liked as a perspective-ometer. And also that it looks so simple to just put the slab back on...
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25th May 2010ce