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NINE MAIDENS

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Stone alignment known as the Nine Maidens. It is 107.6 metres long and has nine component stones of a type of local grey slate, apparently unworked. The north east end stone is recumbent and broken and the sixth from the south east is thought to have been truncated in antiquity. The remainder are between 1.04 to 2.05 metres high. The alignment is almost exactly in line with the Fiddler standing stone (SW 96 NW 31) which stands on a ridge to the north east.

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