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Badgworthy Lees Stone

Standing Stone / Menhir


Details of stone on Pastscape

SS 78784467 Stone (NAT) (1) At Badgworthy Lees, South of Withycombe Ridge Water, two stones are shown on the OS map. (2) SS 788446 One standing stone. (3)
The eastern of the two probably prehistoric standing stones has apparently been removed. (4)
Formerly recorded as SS 74 SE 23, the easternmost of two standing stones (W stone is now SS 74 SE 97) This stone, still visible, contra authority (4), is an irregular slab with a jagged point, 0.7m high, 0.6m wide and 0.3m thick at the base. It now stands in an erosion hole, 1.5m across and 0.2m deep. It is regarded as probably prehistoric and is scheduled as such, but its origin remains uncertain. (5)
Chance Posted by Chance
27th December 2014ce

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