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Cerrig Meibion Arthur

Standing Stones


Standing on boggy land at the foot of the basin of mountains you see when looking north-west from Gors Fawr, Cerrig Meibion Arthur is two tall stones barely 6ft apart on an east-west axis. One 6 and a half ft high, only 1ft thick and two and a half feet broad, the other the same depth, marginally taller but much fatter.

Both stones have deep puddles of water at the base, more so with the thin stone, which is now leaning over.

There's probably a sight line on Glynaeron 1 & 2 standing stones if they weren't buried in hedges. Didn't check it out due to the furious drenching we've received thanks to being here during Pembrokeshire's monsoon season. Droplets of rain jumping several inches back out of the puddles as we huddled behind the stones!

The house in the middle is called Glynsaithmaen – 'glen of seven stones'.

visited 18 Aug 04
Posted by Merrick
7th September 2004ce

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