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S.S. [Standing Stones] Continued [continued from page 33]
four feet high, the other about 7. They are also supposed to have been erected as monuments for those who were slain at Druim Righ.
"At Drimree a number of rude monuments were erected in honour of the warriors to whom the engagement had proved fatal. Of these some still remain. One large grey stone together with others of smaller dimensions which stood in a circular form were removed in order to furnish a proper site for the modern house of Barbreck". New Stat [Statistical] Account.

In the strath of the parish many monuments of death appear, which in an artless but striking manner record the battles of former times. These many grey stones rear their heads in the heath to mark the graves of fallen heroes. A cluster of these rude obelisks is to be seen quite close to General Campbells house of Craignish. This curious collection, the General with a laudable respect for antiquity, has allowed to stand unmolested.

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138.3 -- Parish of Craignish -- Argyllshire

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