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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Ardnacross
    further cairn may be seen protruding through the turf 4 6 m to the north west This cairn is about 4 m in diameter and is some 0 2 m high on the south side One metre to the north five kerb stones of a further cairn about 3 m in diameter are visible at ground level Both groups of standing stones appear to have been aligned NNE to SSW but only one stone is still upright The south east group comprises one prostrate slab at least 2 3 m long and 1 1 m broad a standing stone of rectangular section 2 4 m high and 1 05 m x 0 5 m at the base now leaning slightly to the south a third slab half of which is covered by turf but which is at least 1 9 m long and 1 25 m broad The three stones of the north west group have all fallen and are partly obscured by turf but the largest is at least 2 8 m long 1 4 m broad and 0 35 m thick In 1990 excavation and survey was carried out to investigate the possible astronomical significance of the two

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/standing-stones-2/ardnacross-2/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Cairn at Caliach Point
    situated on the highest part of Caliach Point in the far north west of Mull It measures 10 5 m in diameter and 1 5 m in height Stretches of kerb stones survive in situ particularly on the south east and east sides including stones up to 2 m long 0 75 m broad and 0 27 m thick The summit of the cairn has been disturbed Grid Reference NM

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/cists-cairns-barrows/cairn-at-caliach-point/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Cairn at Inch Kenneth
    measures about 14 m in diameter and 1 4 m in height Some stones are visible on the north side where it has been robbed to provide material for a field wall and the top has also been disturbed On the surface of the cairn to the north east of the centre there is a stone measuring 2 55 m long 1 m broad and 0 3 m thick which

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/cists-cairns-barrows/cairn-at-inch-kenneth/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Cairn at Lochbuie
    m in diameter and 0 6 m in height It has suffered severely from stone robbing and an exploratory trench has been driven across the centre Nevertheless the kerb is still comparatively well preserved on the north and south sides An unusual feature is the presence on the south east side of two stones set at right angles to the line of the kerb 0 9 m apart forming a

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/cists-cairns-barrows/cairn-at-lochbuie/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Cairn at Seanbhaile
    m north of Seanbhaile is situated on the east side of the Abhainn a Choire near its confluence with Loch Spelve around 2 km along the road to Lochbuie from the main road to Craignure About 6 m in diameter and 1 2 m in height it is a heather covered stony mound with some surviving kerb stones on the north west and south sides Grid Reference NM 684 289

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/cists-cairns-barrows/cairn-at-seanbhaile/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Cairn at Sorne Point
    is sited on the north west tip of a rocky promontory called Sron na h Aire 150 m NNE of Dun Ara 1 km north west of Glengorm Castle along an estate track The cairn is of rounded water worn stones measuring 6 5 m in diameter and 1 2 m in height Now largely grass grown it has a large hollow in the centre Grid Reference NM 427 578

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/cists-cairns-barrows/cairn-at-sorne-point/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Barrow & Standing Stones at Suie
    is a polygonal setting of stones which may be the chamber of a chambered tomb It measures about 2 m across internally and is lined with vertical slabs five of which are still in situ several fallen slabs are visible and one of them has been reused to form a lintel There are two standing stones on the NNE side of the barrow One is on the edge of the

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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Ardalanish
    which measures 1 20 m by 0 35 m at the base and 1 9 m in height The fallen stone a hard sandstone was said to have been standing about 1910 It lies 12 m to the south east It measures 2 4 m in length by 0 7 m at its widest and only its upper surface is exposed It is inscribed with a circle 0 6 m

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/standing-stones-2/ardalanish-2/ (2016-02-17)
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