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.
Radar graphs showing the orientation of different types of stone row. The stone row orientations research page has recently been updated. Analysis has shown that the orientation of the rows varies across a set of different variables and suggests that whilst not of paramount importance the row builders to varying extents took orientation into account […]
The page for Argyll and Isles has recently been updated. During the coming weeks it is hoped to update the other regions. Google Map showing the distribution of stone rows in Argyll and Isles.
The results from the 2018 fieldwork season have now been incorporated into the Gazetteer and the Index updated. Access to the Index is always available from the top line of headings. The Index provides a summary of all the sites and can be used to access any Gazetteer Entry. This is the only place where […]
A probable single stone row at Gray Hill in South Wales measures 78.7m long, includes 6 different sized stones and is situated on the upper south facing slope of a prominent hill. The row is orientated north west to south east and leads from one side of a kerbed cairn. A further cairn survives in […]