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Twr Pen-cyrn Circle

Ring Cairn


Possible stone circle, recorded as such on Coflein:

A roughly circular arrangement of stones adjacent to the cairn on the summit of Mynydd Pen Cyrn. Approximately 2m in diameter it is built from boulders of various grades and appears to be 2 to 3 boulders in height with the lower course earth-fast. It is possible that this is the feature recorded by Kay, 1952, as an avenue .

J. Winterburn, John Winterburn Archaeological Services, July 2005.

Sounds as likely to be a ring or kerb cairn.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
3rd January 2011ce

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