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Standing Stone / Menhir


The NMR (available through Coflein) describes the standing stone and its fallen partner:
A standing stone, 1.8m high by 2.15m by 0.42m, set on level ground in a valley bottom. A second stone (Cpat Prn4453), 2.23m by 0.93m by 0.15m, lies prostrate at the foot of the monolith, together these stones may have formed a stone pair. There is a hollow way (Cpat Prn4447) running E-W to the N of the stones.
Kammer Posted by Kammer
23rd August 2004ce

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