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MONUMENT NO. 442452

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A ring cairn situated on a ridge overlooking the valleys of the East Dart and West Webburn Rivers. The cairn survives as an 8.6 metre diameter ring of at least 22 edge set stones standing up to 0.85 metres high. In the centre of the cairn is a NNW to SSE orientated cist, with both side stones remaining visible. This cist measures at least 1.3 metres long by 0.5 metres wide and when excavated in 1903 two coils of human hair were found. Scheduled.

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