Hill O’ Many Stanes, Caithness, is the best preserved and most dramatic of the multiple stone rows.
Twenty nine multiple rows are currently recorded in Great Britain. They all include at least four lines of stones. Most are “fan-shaped” in form although some consist of parallel rows of stones. The great majority (22) are in Northern Scotland and the remainder are in the Western Isles, Wales, Exmoor and Dartmoor. An article looking at the distribution of multiple stone rows is now available here.
Distribution of multiple rows. There is an obvious cluster in Northern Scotland.