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MONUMENT NO. 440041

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A Bronze Age ring cairn, now extensively robbed and disturbed, it has an overall diameter of 20.2 metres. Where it survives a stony rim is about 2.2 metres wide and up to 0.3 metres high. A few boulders and slabs (some apparently inner-facing stones) survive in situ. Spoil has been deposited almost central to the east side of the feature. The reed-filled pit is 5.7 by 4.5 metres across and up to 0.6 metres deep. Scheduled.

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