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Chambered Cairn


Cairnholy might come from 'Carn Ulaidh' meaning 'treasure cairns'.

Cairnholy II is the traditional burial spot of Galdus, a mythical king and bishop, who was killed in a battle in the 14th century.

(noted in J&C Bord's 'Atlas of Magical Britain')
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
30th October 2003ce
Edited 30th October 2003ce

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