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NINE STONES

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A ring cairn on Belstone Common, situated on a west facing slope overlooking the valley of the East Okement River. The cairn survives as a ring of at least 16 upright stones, standing up to 0.7 metres high, surrounding a slightly raised 7 metre diameter internal area. A mound of material lying to the west of the cairn represents soil thrown up during partial early excavation. The pit formed by this work survives as a slight hollow within the centre of the cairn. Scheduled.

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