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Llech Lia



Visited 30.10.10
Parking at the small pulling in area near Maen Llia standing stone I walked back down the road a short distance (south) until I came to the wooden stiles on the opposite side of the road. There are two stiles next to each other – climb over the small one. The ground is very bumpy and quite waterlogged.
Heading in a south western direction a short distance I think I spotted the remains of the Barrow, although I am not 100% certain. (It is very difficult to tell for sure in this terrain) I was able to make out a circular 'feature' about 8 metres across and less than 0.5 metres high. It had what appeared to be a small raised rim around the edge and the centre seemed to have sunken into the ground rather than dug into.
As I say, I cannot be 100% sure that I found the Barrow but what I saw was in the right area and there wasn't anything else nearby which looked 'Barrow like'.
Posted by CARL
3rd November 2010ce

Comments (1)

It sounds like you found it ok Carl. It's not really a barrow though, it's a "hengiform monument". Very overgrown now with bilberry, it's a double bank and ditch affair. Posted by cerrig
3rd November 2010ce
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