Scheduled Monument: Kittuck stone setting and cairn, 200m south west of Three Combes Foot (1014284)

Authority Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Other Ref 25212
Date assigned 28 March 1996
Date last amended
Date revoked
The monument includes two standing stones, four recumbent stones, a cairn and the archaeologically sensitive areas between and around these features. The site is located on the east facing slope of Kittuck 200m south west of Three Combes Foot. The stones are set out in a roughly linear pattern aligned on a cairn at the north east end. The area occupied is 52.5m long and 15m wide. The standing stones are between 200mm and 500mm high, 200mm to 400mm wide and 100mm to 200mm thick. The recumbent stones are between 1m and 550mm long by 200mm to 400mm wide. The cairn is 6m diameter and 400mm high at its highest point.

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Grid reference Centred SS 8203 4388 (42m by 45m) (Estimated from sources)
Map sheet SS84SW

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