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Campstone Hill (Continued) 012.06 [continued from page 134]
probably the work of the herd boys for a place of Shelter. Both the Circles are composed of loose Stones with three or four stones in an upright position in each, they are in a good state of preservation and can easily be traced on the ground. There are also three traverses at irregular distances from the circles and from each other they are composed of Stones and cross the Summit of the hill from South to North, Mr, R, Duthie a local antiquary States that the place has been visited by Some of the most eminent archaeologists in this Country, and they all admit without exception that they have never Seen Similar examples in connection with any Single Circle or Series of Circles they have met with, or that had Come under their observation.
See Traverses marked A.B. C.D. E.F.
Standing Stones Stone Circle 1
Stone Circle 2
Standing Stones
012.06 See entry for Campstone Hill
Cairns (Remains of) Cairns (Remains of)
012.06 See entry for Campstone Hill.
Cairns (Remains of) Cairns (Remains of)
012.06 See entry for Campstone Hill
Traverse Traverse (A.B.)
Traverse (C.D.)
Traverse (E.F.)
Mr R Duthie (Stonehaven)
Revd [Reverend] J. Barrack (Cookney
Mr G. Robertson (Dubton Croft)
012.06 The position of four of the largest Cairns are Shewn, the remains can easily be traced on the ground. there are also the remains of numerous small Cairns on the hill but too numerous and crowded to be shewn on a plan. This
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