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Guidance for walkers: The monuments featured in this database are archaeological treasures and need to be protected and preserved - please do not disturb any sites. Please check access and firing times before visiting sites, not all sites listed are on open access land. Firing ranges and boundaries of open access areas are marked on the OL28 OS Dartmoor Explorer map. Please stick to the country code and consider giving support to the numerous agencies that help to keep Dartmoor a fabulous natural and historic environment!

About the database: In all listings clicking on the photo will open a page for the site with a larger photo. The listings are drawn mainly from scientific journals and will not include the most recently discovered minor sites. There is comprehensive coverage of stone circles, stone rows and menhirs. Listings for cists and cairn circles should cover most of the better known sites. There are only partial entries for round cairns, settlements, pounds and none for reaves. For listings of specific types of monument click on Resources in the menu above. Corrections, or any feedback or suggestions are very welcome, email: info@dartmoorwalks.org.uk.

NOTE: Clicking on the icons for each monument in the map will give the name of the monument. Where icons overlap they are replaced with an icon with a number - zooming in may separate them out.


Search for sites near-by OS Grid Reference (6 or 8 digit) SX
Arch Tor Platform Cairn Circle

Arch Tor Platform Cairn Circle

OS Map: SX 63168 77843
NMR record: SX 67 NW 85
HER record: 21510
Megalithic Portal: 45618
ShortName: PC:Arch Tor
Butler map: 27.6
Turner: E11
Notes: Turner E11. "A round cairn which survives as an 8.7 metre diameter mound standing up to 0.9 metres high. Large edge set stones on the north western edge of the mound may suggest the presence of a kerb which survives elsewhere as a buried feature."
Nearby sites: SX63177784
Distance: 1.65km

Bellever Settlement

OS Map: SX 64600 76700
NMR record: SX 67 NW 40
HER record: 5919
Megalithic Portal: 23723
ShortName: ST:Bellever
Notes: Hut circle at Bellever excavated in recent years. See also A dig in Devon reveals how life was lived 3,500 years ago: from cookery to DIY and Bellever's bustling Bronze Age uncovered
Nearby sites: SX64607670
Distance: 0.58km

Bellever Tor (SW) Encircled Cairn

OS Map: SX 64140 76270
NMR record: SX 67 NW 44
HER record: 5885
Megalithic Portal: 3056
Alternate name: Bellever Tor 2 Encircled Cairn
ShortName: EC:Bellever SW
Butler map: 27.20.2
Grinsell: LYD 59a
Turner: F18
Notes: Turner F18 "cairn, it does not appear to have been excavated, although there is a slight disturbance at the top centre where large granite stones are bared. At the north west extreme are two stones, the positions of which indicate this being part of the retaining circle, no others remain. Height 0.8m, diameter 5.0m."
Nearby sites: SX64147627
Distance: 0.2km

Bellever Tor 1 (W) (Newtake) Platform Cairn Circle and Cist

Bellever Tor 1 (W) (Newtake) Platform Cairn Circle and Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64089 76473
NMR record: SX 67 NW 43
HER record: 5884
Megalithic Portal: 34876
PMD: Bellever Tor W.
Alternate name: Bellever Tor 1 Platform Cairn Circle and Cist
ShortName: CT:Bellever 1W
Butler map: 27.20.1
DPD page: 119
Grinsell: LYD 59
Turner: E26
Barrow Report: 54
Notes: Turner E26. Dixon #62. Bar Rep 54. Butler Bellever Tor (Cairn 1) - Vol. 2. Map 27.20.1 (diagram pp.52-3). Grinsell LYDFORD 59. For further coverage see the Lakehead Hill page. Lethbridge diagram p.119 (uppermost cist) and photo top p.119.
Nearby sites: SX64097647
Distance: 0.02km

Bellever Tor N. Enclosed Settlement

OS Map: SX 64500 76800
NMR record: SX 67 NW 40
HER record: 27672
Megalithic Portal: 24263
ShortName: ES:BelleverTor
Nearby sites: SX64507680
Distance: 0.55km

Black Newtake (b) Stone Ring Cairn Circle

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 63860 76030
NMR record: SX 67 NW 47
HER record: 5889
Megalithic Portal: 45841
Alternate name: Bellever Tor 5 Stone Ring Cairn Circle
ShortName: RC:BlackNew b
Butler map: 27.20.5
DPD page: 119
Grinsell: LYD 61
Turner: A50
Barrow Report: 57
Notes: Turner A50. "Cairn visible as unbroken circular bank 11.5 metres in external diameter with a bank 2.4 to 3.7 metres wide by 0.75 metres high enclosing a flat platform circa 6 metres diameter and 0.5 metres above ground surface. Some small stones appear in the north and east margins, and several larger stones are visible on the platform." Lethbridge diagram p.119 (Cairn near Cist 1) - no photo.
Nearby sites: SX63867603
Distance: 0.48km

Black Newtake (C) No. 3 Ring Setting Cairn and Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 63893 75869
NMR record: SX 67 NW 49
HER record: 5890
Megalithic Portal: 34908
PMD: Black Newtake Central
Alternate name: Bellever Tor 6 Ring Setting Cairn and Cist
ShortName: CT:BlackNew C3
Butler map: 27.20.6
DPD page: 120
Grinsell: LYD 62
Turner: D4
Barrow Report: 57
Notes: Turner D4. Dixon #79. Bar Rep 57. Butler Bellever Tor - Vol. 2. Map 27.20.6 (Cairn 6 diagram pp.52-3). Grinsell LYDFORD 62. Further coverage on Lakehead Hill page. Lethbridge diagram p.119 Cist 2 and photo top p.120.
Nearby sites: SX63897587
Distance: 0.62km

Black Newtake (E) No. 5 Ring Setting Cairn and Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 63853 75734
NMR record: SX 67 NW 51
HER record: 5950
Megalithic Portal: 45744
PMD: Black Newtake S.
Alternate name: Bellever Tor 8 Ring Setting Cairn and Cist
ShortName: CT:BlackNew E5
Butler map: 27.20.8
Grinsell: LYD 64
Turner: D7
Barrow Report: 57
Notes: Turner D7. Dixon #80. Bar Rep 59. Butler Bellever Tor - Vol. 2. Map 27.20.8 (Cairn 8 diagram pp.52-3). Grinsell LYDFORD 64. Further coverage on Lakehead Hill page.
Nearby sites: SX63857573
Distance: 0.76km

Black Newtake (N) No. 1 Ring Setting Cairn and Cist

Black Newtake (N) No. 1 Ring Setting Cairn and Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 63916 76068
NMR record: SX 67 NW 46
HER record: 5888
Megalithic Portal: 45738
PMD: Black Newtake N.
Alternate name: Bellever Tor 3 Ring Setting Cairn and Cist
ShortName: CT:BlackNew N1
Butler map: 27.20.3
DPD page: 119
Grinsell: LYD 60
Turner: D5
Barrow Report: 57
Notes: Turner D5. Dixon #78. Bar Rep 57. Butler Bellever Tor (Cairn 3) - Vol. 2. Map 27.20.3 (diagram pp.52-3). Grinsell LYDFORD 60. Further coverage on Lakehead Hill page. Lethbridge Cist 1 diagram p.119 and photo top p.119.
Nearby sites: SX63927607
Distance: 0.42km

Dunnabridge Pound

Dunnabridge Pound

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Dunnabridge Pound
OS Map: SX 64620 74650
NMR record: SX 67 SW 22
HER record: 6272
Megalithic Portal: 10635
PMD: Dunnabridge Pound
ShortName: PD:Dunnabridge
Notes: Dunnabridge Pound probably has its origins in the prehistoric period as evidenced by the slight traces of hut circles within it. The pound underwent reconstruction in the medieval period and was used in the drifts to hold cattle found illegally pasturing on the moors. It was from this usage that the Judge's Chair got its name. "It occupies 0.9ha on a slight S slope, and is of rather oval form with greatest diameters of 110m by 122m. It is enclosed by a drystone wall 1.9m high and about 1m thick at the base, tapering towards the top. The material is mostly medium size moor stones with some large blocks and upright slabs incorporated at the base. The uneven interior is slightly raised at the southern perimeter and cut into the slope on the north, accompanied by a spread of stones, 1.5m long and 0.3m high, extending from the inner face and up to 0.6m high. The only entrance to be seen is the gated one on the S." See also, Legendary Dartmoor: Dunnabridge Pound
Nearby sites: SX64627465
Distance: 1.89km

Dunnabridge Common Platform Cairn Circle and Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 63587 75500
NMR record: SX 67 NW 54
HER record: 5952
Megalithic Portal: 37603
PMD: Smith Hill
Alternate name: Bellever Tor 9 Platform Cairn Circle and Cist
ShortName: CT:Dunnabridge
Butler map: 27.20.9
DPD page: 120
Grinsell: LYD 65
Turner: E37
Barrow Report: 58
Notes: Turner E37. Dixon #81. Bar Rep. 58. Butler Bellever Tor (Cairn 9) - Vol. 2. Map 27.20.9 (diagram p52-3). Grinsell LYDFORD 65. Lethbridge Cist 3 diagram p.119 and photo bottom p.120.
Nearby sites: SX63597550
Distance: 1.07km

Dunnabridge Pound Farm Newtake Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64086 75689
NMR record: SX 67 NW 52
HER record: 5891
Megalithic Portal: 45751
PMD: Dunnabridge Newtake
Alternate name: Bellever Tor 10 Cist
ShortName: CT:DunPound Fm
Butler map: 27.20.10
Butler Vol 5: p.60 & Fig.39
DPD page: 121
Grinsell: LYD 66
Barrow Report: 59
Notes: Dixon #87. Bar Rep 59. Butler Bellever Tor - Vol. 2. Map 27.20.10 (Cairn 10 diagram pp.52-3). Grinsell LYDFORD 66. Only one side of this cist remains. Further coverage on Lakehead Hill page. Lethbridge Cist 4 diagram p.119 and photo top p.121.
Nearby sites: SX64097569
Distance: 0.77km

Kraps Ring Enclosed Settlement

OS Map: SX 64400 78150
NMR record: SX 67 NW 30
HER record: 5861
Megalithic Portal: 11477
ShortName: ES:KrapsRing
Nearby sites: SX64407815
Distance: 1.72km

Lakehead Hill Cairn Circle

Lakehead Hill Cairn Circle

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64351 77493
NMR record: SX 67 NW 33
HER record: 5843
Megalithic Portal: 24365
Alternate name: Lakehead Hill 5 Cairn Circle
ShortName: CC:Lakehead 5
Butler map: 27.19.5
DPD page: 117
Grinsell: LYD 55
Turner: G24
Barrow Report: 54
Notes: Butler Cairn 5. Tuner lists this as G24 Stone Circle. However, it is clear from its size and location near other Ring Settings that it is in fact better described as a Ring Setting despite having no visible internal structure. In these listings we will leave it as a cairn circle. "The cairn is defined by a circle of edge set stones which measure 7.8 metres in diameter and stand up to 0.9 metres high." Lethbridge diagram p.114 and photo top p.117.
Nearby sites: SX64357749
Distance: 1.07km

Lakehead Hill Platform Cairn Circle

Lakehead Hill Platform Cairn Circle

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64358 77773
NMR record: SX 67 NW 31
HER record: 5869
Megalithic Portal: 1057
Alternate name: Lakehead Hill 1 Platform Cairn Circle
ShortName: PC:Lakehead
Butler map: 27.19.1
DPD page: 114
Grinsell: LYD 53
Turner: E16
Barrow Report: 55
Notes: Turner E16. "Ring cairn.(diam 5.95m, n. End stone heig 0.45m, widt 1.0m, thic 0.2m) marked on os 6in map. Included in 1955 spooner/dixon report: (lakehead bellever laughter), site no.10. Site no.10a in bellever plantation, lakehead (with sketch map) in dnp field report (dnp)." Lethbridge diagram p.114 and photo bottom p.114.
Nearby sites: SX64367777
Distance: 1.34km

Lakehead Hill 2 Cist

Lakehead Hill 2 Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64261 77700
NMR record: SX 67 NW 11
HER record: 5841
Megalithic Portal: 4612
PMD: Lakehead Hill NW.
ShortName: CT:Lakehead 2
Butler map: 27.19.2
DPD page: 115
Grinsell: LYD 52
Barrow Report: 17 55
Notes: Dixon #66. Bar Rep 55. Butler Lakehead Hill (Cairn 2) - Vol. 2. Map 27.19.2 (diagrams pp.48-52). Grinsell LYDFORD 52. Further coverage on Lakehead Hill page. Lethbridge diagram p.114 and photos top p.115. See Seventeenth Barrow report
Nearby sites: SX64267770
Distance: 1.25km

Lakehead Hill 4 (E of Summit) Stone Row

Lakehead Hill 4 (E of Summit) Stone Row

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64498 77603
NMR record: SX 67 NW 32
HER record: 5873
Megalithic Portal: 2011
The Stone Rows of GB: Lakehead Hill East
PMD: Lakehead Great Cairn Stone Row
Alternate name: Lakehead Hill E Stone Row
ShortName: SR:Lakehead 4E
DPD page: 116
Notes: "A stone alignment and a cairn with cist lying on a gentle slope near the summit of Lakehead Hill. The stone alignment survives as a single row of at least 11 stones leading westward towards the cairn and cist. The cairn measures 6.7 metres in diameter and is defined by several edge set stones, which in turn surround a large restored cist formed by five substantial upright slabs supporting a capstone measuring 2.2 metre long by 1.55 metres wide and 0.3 metres thick." (E. Dart). Lethbridge diagram p.114 and photos p.116.
Nearby sites: SX64507760
Distance: 1.22km

Lakehead Hill 4 (E or Summit) Ring Setting Cairn and Cist

Lakehead Hill 4 (E or Summit) Ring Setting Cairn and Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64500 77611
NMR record: SX 67 NW 32
HER record: 5871
Megalithic Portal: 2009
PMD: Lakehead Hill Summit
Alternate name: Lakehead Hill 4 Ring Setting Cairn and Cist
ShortName: CT:Lakehead 4E
Butler map: 27.19.4
Butler Vol 5: p.59 & Fig.37
DPD page: 116
Grinsell: LYD 54
Turner: D6
Notes: Turner D6. Dixon #68. Bar Rep 55. Butler Lakehead Hill (Cairn 4) - Vol. 2. Map 27.19.4 (diagrams pp.48-52). Grinsell LYDFORD 54. Further coverage on Lakehead Hill page. A single stone row of at least 11 stones leading westward towards the cairn and cist. "The cairn measures 6.7 metres in diameter and is defined by several edge set stones, which in turn surround a large restored cist formed by five substantial upright slabs supporting a capstone measuring 2.2 metre long by 1.55 metres wide and 0.3 metres thick." Lethbridge diagram p.114 and photo top p.116.
Nearby sites: SX64507761
Distance: 1.23km

Lakehead Hill 6 (Newtake) Ring Setting Cairn and Cist

Lakehead Hill 6 (Newtake) Ring Setting Cairn and Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64363 77476
NMR record: SX 67 NW 34
HER record: 5842
Megalithic Portal: 24365
PMD: Lakehead Hill Central
Alternate name: Lakehead Hill 6 Ring Setting Cairn and Cist
ShortName: CT:LakeNew 6
Butler map: 27.19.6
DPD page: 117
Grinsell: LYD 56
Turner: D10
Barrow Report: 54
Notes: Turner D10. Dixon #64. Bar Rep 54. Butler Lakehead Hill (Cairn 6) - Vol. 2. Map 27.19.6 (diagrams pp.48-52). Grinsell LYDFORD 56. Further coverage on Lakehead Hill page. Lethbridge diagram p.114 and photo bottom p.117.
Nearby sites: SX64367748
Distance: 1.06km

Lakehead Hill 7 (Newtake) Cist

Lakehead Hill 7 (Newtake) Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64720 77396
NMR record: SX 67 NW 35
HER record: 5875
Megalithic Portal: 11137
PMD: Lakehead Hill E.
Alternate name: Lakehead Hill 7 Cist
ShortName: CT:LakeNew 7
Butler map: 27.19.7
Butler Vol 5: p.184 & Fig.127
DPD page: 118
Grinsell: LYD 57
Barrow Report: 54
Notes: Dixon #63. Bar Rep 54. Butler Lakehead Hill (Cairn 7) - Vol. 2. Map 27.19.7 (diagrams pp.48-52). Grinsell LYDFORD 57. Further coverage on Lakehead Hill page. Lethbridge diagram p.114 and photo top p.118.
Nearby sites: SX64727740
Distance: 1.14km

Lakehead Hill 8 Cist

Lakehead Hill 8 Cist

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64715 77178
NMR record: SX 67 NW 38
HER record: 5879
Megalithic Portal: 24377
PMD: Lakehead Hill SE.
ShortName: CT:Lakehead 8
Butler map: 27.19.8
Butler Vol 5: p.61 & Fig.41
DPD page: 118
Grinsell: LYD 58
Barrow Report: 33 55
Notes: Dixon #37. Bar Rep 33. Butler Lakehead Hill (Cairn 8) - Vol. 2. Map 27.19.8 (diagrams pp.48-52). Grinsell LYDFORD 58. Further coverage on Lakehead Hill page. Lethbridge diagram p.114 and photo bottom p.118.
Nearby sites: SX64727718
Distance: 0.97km

Lakehead Hill S. Settlement

OS Map: SX 64590 77290
NMR record: SX 67 NW 36
HER record: 5876
Megalithic Portal: 24378
ShortName: ST:LakeheadS
Notes: Lakehead Hill South Hut Circle

Nearby sites: SX64597729
Distance: 0.98km

Lakehead Hill S.E. Stone Row

Lakehead Hill S.E. Stone Row

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64701 77409
NMR record: SX 67 NW 35
HER record: 5875
Megalithic Portal: 44544
The Stone Rows of GB: Lakehead Hill 2
PMD: Lakehead Hill 2 Stone Row
Alternate name: Lakehead Hill 2 Stone Row
ShortName: SR:Lakehead SE
DPD page: 118
Notes: "The cist was examined in 1895/6 but nothing was found. It was surrounded by a double retaining circle and a stone row lead from it north west, of which ten stones remained, but these had sunk into the bog leaving only their tops showing". "The stone row which falls in an afforested area could not be
identified and has probably been destroyed."(1979) (E. Dart).
Nearby sites: SX64707741
Distance: 1.14km

Lakehead Hill S.W. Stone Row

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64180 77300
NMR record: SX 67 NW 13
HER record: 5844
Megalithic Portal: 45595
PMD: Lakehead Hill 6 Stone Row
ShortName: SR:Lakehead SW
Notes: "Alleged Stone row recorded in 1946 but covered by a forestry plantation in 1979. At that time, 3 stones were visible, but it was uncertain whether they were part of the stone row. It may have been destroyed or covered by humus." (River: Dart/Cherry Brook)
Nearby sites: SX64187730
Distance: 0.85km

Lakehead Hill Summit Stone Row

Lakehead Hill Summit Stone Row

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Lakehead Hill
OS Map: SX 64367 77656
NMR record: SX 67 NW 64
HER record: 5930
Megalithic Portal: 2010
The Stone Rows of GB: Lakehead Hill Summit
PMD: Lakehead Hill 3 Stone Row
Alternate name: Lakehead Hill summit Stone Row
ShortName: SR:LakeheadSum
DPD page: 115
Notes: "A stone alignment lying on a gentle slope near the summit of Lakehead Hill. It includes a 22 metre long, single row of at least 12 stones standing up to 0.75 metres high, aligned east to west." (E. Dart). Lethbridge diagram p.114 and photo bottom p.115.
Nearby sites: SX64377766
Distance: 1.24km

Laughter Tor E. Stone Row

Laughter Tor E. Stone Row

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Laughter Tor Stone Row
OS Map: SX 65222 75393
NMR record: SX 67 NE 28
HER record: 53417
Megalithic Portal: 2017
The Stone Rows of GB: Laughter Tor 1
PMD: Laugh Tor I Stone Row
Alternate name: Laughter Tor 1 Stone Row
ShortName: SR:Laugh Tor E
DPD page: 122
Notes: Butler Laughter 1. Double row interrupted by a new-take wall. row is robbed near wall. "Bronze Age standing stone 2.65 metres high, 0.7 metres wide and 0.52 metres thick, set into a small cairn. About 18 metres to the south east is a double stone row orientated north west to south east and consisting of at least 23 upright stones and a further 9 displaced ones averaging about 1.7 metres apart. The standing stone was re-erected in 1893 and again in 1911 and the cairn was excavated in 1903". Lethbridge pp.121-122.
Nearby sites: SX65227539
Distance: 1.57km

Laughter Tor W. Stone Row

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Laughter Tor Stone Row
OS Map: SX 65208 75393
NMR record: SX 67 NE 94
HER record: 6002
Megalithic Portal: 2017
The Stone Rows of GB: Laughter Tor 2
PMD: Laugh Tor II Stone Row
Alternate name: Laughter Tor 2 Stone Row
ShortName: SR:Laugh Tor W
DPD page: 122
Notes: Butler Laughter 2. "A double stone row at about 395m OD cuts across the gentle SW projecting spur of Laughter Tor in an area of heather and rough grass some 12m WSW of the standing stone 'Laughter Man'. The stones, although all relatively small in size, form two good slightly curving rows oriented about 295 degs. and 0.7m to 1.2m apart, consisting of thirteen stones extending from SX 6519075381 some 15m ESE to SX 6520475375. Now visible are six stones in each row with a single stone at the NW end. Originally there may have been at least ten in each row at intervals of about 1.2m". Lethbridge pp.121-122.
Nearby sites: SX65217539
Distance: 1.56km

Laughtor Man Standing Stone

Laughtor Man Standing Stone

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Site: Laughter Tor Stone Row
OS Map: SX 65223 75389
NMR record: SX 67 NE 28
HER record: 6001
Megalithic Portal: 2017
PMD: Laugh Tor Man
ShortName: SS:Laughtor
Butler map: 28.12
Butler Vol 5: p.215 & Fig.149
DPD page: 122
Notes: The longstone is 2.4 m high and was found prostrate on a cairn which was excavated by Burnard. The cairn contained "a great quantity of charcoal and peat ashes". The longstone was restored in 1903. A double stone row heads to the longstone. See also, Legendary Dartmoor: The Prehistoric Complex of Laughter Tor
Nearby sites: SX65227539
Distance: 1.57km

Muddy Lakes, Newtake Cist

OS Map: SX 62580 75180
NMR record: SX 67 NW 56
HER record: 5894
Megalithic Portal: 45745
PMD: Muddilake Newtake
ShortName: CT:Muddilake
Notes: Dixon #82. Bar Rep. 58 (TDA 71. 1939 illustration p.69). Grinsell LYDFORD 105. This "cist" entry was listed by Dixon, however, it seems a dubious entry. The NMR for a location close to this supposed cairn & cist states: "A hut circle, not a cairn circle". This is not listed by Butler, the relevant map is Vol. 2. Map 29.9. This is almost certainly not a cist. "The measurements do not conform to those of Prowse but nothing else can be seen in the vicinity. It is most unlikely that these stones represent the remains of a cist, but are a natural occurrence."
Nearby sites: SX62587518
Distance: 1.96km

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