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Ffynnon Druidion

Standing Stone / Menhir

<b>Ffynnon Druidion</b>Posted by ocifant
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<b>Ffynnon Druidion</b>Posted by Kammer
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Ffynnon Druidion (Standing Stone / Menhir) by Kammer Taken 18th April 2003: This stone is not Ffynnon Druidion, but a newly erected stone nearby. I've plastered the photo with arrows to illustrate some of the signs that its modern. The back of the stone was covered in compressed soil, suggesting that until very recently, it was recumbent. There's no record of this stone in the NMRW.

The green arrow (at the top of the stone) indicates a large chip taken out it, relatively recently. The purple arrow (to the left of the stone) indicates a scrape that would correspond with the type of damage that a JCB claw might cause. The red arrow (bottom right) indicates bricks in amongst the packing stones.
Kammer Image Credit: Simon Marshall
Posted by Kammer
21st May 2003ce
Edited 4th July 2005ce
NB: Unless otherwise stated, this image is protected under the copyright of the original poster and may not be re-used without permission.

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