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Druim Dubh

Stone Circle


In Issue 147 (page 98) of Current Archaeology (published 1996), there's an article describing the discovery of Druim Dubh. This is the taster:
A new stone circle has been discovered at Druim Dubh on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. . Local archaeologist Margaret Curtis describes how she discovered the circle while travelling to Stornoway on the bus to do her shopping, and scanning the countryside: and there it was, a fallen stone circle sitting in peat cutting, beside the road!
A terribly constructed paragraph, but it serves it's purpose.
Kammer Posted by Kammer
6th July 2005ce
Edited 6th July 2005ce

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