Monthly Archives: May 2017

Plan Forms updated

The article looking at plan form has been updated with those stone rows measuring between 50m and 100m long. Work on the longer rows continues and over time fresh plans will be added as they become available. The illustrations highlight considerable differences in the form of rows. Eventually it is hoped to present plans of […]

Looking at: Plan Form yet again

The article looking at plan form has been updated with those stone rows measuring between 30m and 50m long. Work on the longer rows continues and over time fresh plans will be added as they become available. The illustrations highlight considerable differences in the form of rows. Eventually it is hoped to present plans of […]

Featured Row – Sheriff Muir

The Sheriff Muir row includes a line of five large stones. The row stands beside the major routeway from Stirling towards the north of Scotland. It is likely that this routeway was of significance in the prehistoric period, but certainly was used in historic times when two armies clashed nearby in 1715. ┬áThe ancient road […]

Featured Row – Assycombe

Assycombe stone row within a forestry plantation near Fernworthy Reservoir on Dartmoor is a fine example of a double stone row complete with a kerbed cairn at the top and blocking stone at the bottom.