|Sizeable standing stone of indeterminate age, marked on OS 1:25000 as a Boundary Stone (BS). Info from Coflein indicates that it may well be of an early date:
1. A stone, c.2.3m high, once carrying the inscription "1844", whilst thought to have served as a boundary mark is believed to signal the site of a chambered tomb.
(source Os495card; SO21NW4)
2. Situated within enclosed pasture on the slopes to the east of Crickhowell, the standing stone measures 2.4m in height, 1.7m in thickness from NW to SE by 0.5m in width.
Source: Cadw scheduling description. F.Foster/RCAHMW 15.11.2005
"The Ancient Stones of Wales" by Chris Barber and John Godfrey Williams (1989 Blorenge Books) lists the stone as Great Oak Road stone.
Posted by thesweetcheat
2nd January 2011ce
Edited 5th January 2011ce