A single stone row on the Isle of Islay measuring 7.5m long, including three large orthostats situated on a south facing terrace with restricted views of the nearby sea. The northern stone measures up to 2.6m high, whilst the southern one is 2.87m tall. The central stone is now recumbent and probably fell eastward. The […]
Looking east along the Five Kings stone row. Five Kings is a single stone row measuring 19m long, including four large upright orthostats situated on a narrow terrace on a south east facing slope. The stones stand up to between 1.3m and 2.15m high. A fifth slab situated to the north is now recumbent but […]
The Upper Erme stone row on Dartmoor is both the longest and most popular. This web site has been active for nearly three years and during this time some pages have proved more popular than others. We thought you might be interested to know which individual row pages have been visited most. Dartmoor rows are […]
A probable single stone row measuring 13.8m long, including 4 large-sized stones situated on a terrace on an east facing slope. One stone is upright and maybe a natural boulder which was partially exposed in antiquity. The row is orientated NNE to SSW. Another probable row exists in the vicinity. For more about this row […]
Cosdon on Dartmoor The page looking at the distribution of double stone rows has been updated to include the results from the fieldwork carried out during the past two years. All recorded accessible triple rows apart from Giants’ Stones, Hamna Voe, have now been visited at least once and this page should therefore only require tweaking in […]
Trowlesworthy 1 on Dartmoor The page looking at the distribution of double stone rows has been updated to include the results from the fieldwork carried out during the past two years. All known accessible double rows have now been visited at least once and this page should therefore only require tweaking in future. A number […]
Hingston Hill, Dartmoor The page looking at the distribution of single stone rows has been updated to incorporate the results from recent fieldwork. A series of distribution maps and charts provide an up to date insight into the distribution and varied character of these important sites.