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MONUMENT NO. 438613

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The remains of a kerb circle consisting of 7 stones surviving in the eastern half. Two are 0.3m high, the others are flush with the ground; all average about 0.5m in length. The original diameter was approximately 3.3m. There is a possibly displaced block of stone, 0.3m by 0.2m by 0.1m high, isolated on the east side of the perimeter. A very slight rise possibly indicating the cairn is visible within the circle.

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