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Mid Clyth Stone Rows
Mid Clyth, near Lybster, Highland
associated engineer
Anon
date  not known
era  Pre-Roman  |  category  Monument, historical  |  reference  ND295384
An impressive stone monument of unknown function on the south facing slopes of Mid Clyth.
Known as the "Hill o' Many Stanes", it consists of 22 rows of smallish boulders and slabs, no more than 1m high, arranged in a gentle fan-shape from north to south.
There were originally 250 stones in the monument.
reference sources   ScotPre
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Mid Clyth Stone Rows