The probable stone row at Stannon on Bodmin Moor is a combination single and double stone row measuring at least 144m long, including at least 11 widely spaced small and medium-sized stones situated on a gentle NW facing slope. The row is orientated SSE to NNW and has noteworthy visual links with Brown Will, Rough […]

Five Kings in Northumberland Over 80 sites have been visited this year. During the coming months the gazetteer entries for these sites will be updated and hopefully it will also be possible to improve the research pages to reflect the results from this fieldwork.  Amongst the sites looked at are: Auldearn, Benjamy, Brwyno-Canol, Bryntwppa, Bryn-y-Maen, Burford Down, Butterdon E., Cantrell, Capel Rhos, Carreg Llwyd, Carreg […]

Culbone Hill stone row on Exmoor is a single stone row measuring 371m long, including at least 21 small and medium-sized stones situated on a north east facing slope originally with a sea view and an extensive view of South Wales.  The row is orientated west to east and there are several cairns in the […]

View from the west. The ranging rod denotes the south eastern end of the row (Scale 1m). Tolborough Tor on Bodmin Moor is a single stone row measuring 11.2m long, including at least five small and medium-sized stones situated on the summit of a prominent hill. The row is orientated south east to north west […]

View from the south east. Benjamy double stone row on Exmoor is a wide double stone row (or avenue) measuring up to 16m long, originally including at least 9 small and medium-sized stones situated on a gentle north facing slope with a restricted sea view. The row is orientated north east to south west and […]

A pair of stones at the north western end of the row. View from the south east (Scale 1m). Porlock Common SW is a double row measuring 28m long, including 11 small-sized stones situated on a gentle west facing slope close to a stone circle. The row is orientated north west to south east and […]

A stump in the foreground and the only upright stone beyond. View from south east (Scale 1m). A possible stone row identified at Lanacombe 5 on Exmoor has been visited and surveyed. This work was unable to confirm a stone row identification for this site.  There is only one standing stone, a few stumps, some […]