Druim Na Ceud

Destroyed3

Synopsis

A probable fan-shaped multiple stone row known only from place-name evidence. Druim na Ceud means the Ridge of the Hundred and it is said that there were once 100 small grave stones on this hillside, purportedly raised after the 15th century battle of Ruaig Haunsaid. It is much more likely that they represented the site of a multiple stone row.


Location

Scotland Caithness Northern Scotland ND 00200 66100
Lat 58.57152804   Long -3.717608459

 

Characteristics

Type: Not known Length: ?m
No. of stones: ? Size of stones: Only small
Orientation: ?° Altitude: 48m
Upper end: – Lower end: –
Straight (Yes or No)  : Sea View: Yes
Context:  Stone alignment
Notes:

Other Information

Public Access:  Yes
Land Status:
Scheduled Ancient Monument: No

Online Resources 

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