|There's just so much here that's good -
- the extensive view taking in the sea
- the way the recumbent and surviving flanker fit together with near Inca-like precision
- the ring cairn, probably the best surviving example outside the restored Loanhead of Daviot
- the interesting way the recumbent is linked to the ring cairn and not the stone circle.
I'm not going to post plans of all the RSCs (they are referenced here http://www.themodernantiquarian.com/post/36258) but this one does help give a clearer picture of what's going on.
Difficult to argue here that the ring cairn was added after the circle and recently three RSC excavations by Bradley have shown that the ring cairn came first.
Visited 14 March 2005
Posted by greywether
6th April 2005ce
Edited 13th August 2008ce