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Trethevy Quoit

Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech

Trethevy Quoit (Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech) by Mr Hamhead This monument standeth in the parish of St Clere. The couer being all one stone, is from A to B 16 foote the length, the bredth from C to D is 10 foot, the thickness from G to H is 2 foote; E is an arteficiall holl 8 inches diameter, made thorowgh the roofe very rounde, which serued as it seemeth to putt out a staffe, wherof the howse it selfe was not capable : F was the dore or entrance.
Mr Hamhead Image Credit: John Norden 1650
Posted by Mr Hamhead
22nd April 2011ce
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