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Ringstone Edge Moor


Nor can I omit to mention, as one more example of stone circles in the parish of Halifax, a ring of stones, which is not altogather destroyed, in the township of Bankisland. The stones of this circle are not now erect, but lie in a confused heap, like the ruins of a building, and it is probable that many of the largest have been taken away. It gives the name of Ringstone Edge to the adjacent moor.

Gentleman's Magazine Library
Edited by George Lawrence Gomme, FSA.
Archaeology Part II
fitzcoraldo Posted by fitzcoraldo
12th November 2007ce

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