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Fowler's Arm Chair Stone Circle

Stone Circle


The NMR (available through Coflein) describes the circle, alluding to the legend of Fowler the giant:
A degraded possible stone circle, 13m in diameter, represented by four stones, one of them erect. the eponymous stone, named for a local giant (but see Nprn305882) lies within the circle.
The record referred to as Nprn305882 is the arm chair itself (strangely not available through Coflein).
Kammer Posted by Kammer
2nd September 2004ce

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