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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Baliscate
    small row of between three and five stones Although it has always been supposed that the three stones at Baliscate similarly formed a stone row this was confirmed only during a two week excavation in September 2004 A small team from Manchester University led by Joanna Wright along with a number of local volunteers excavated a small area surrounding the stones Before excavation the site comprised two standing stones with a recumbent or fallen stone positioned at right angles between them Excavation revealed that the original position of the recumbent stone was approximately equidistant between the two upright standing stones In addition the stump of a fourth smaller stone was uncovered to the north of the row It appears to have been broken at some point in history and until its recent discovery was entirely covered by the peat Close to the base of this stone cut into the prehistoric ground surface a very small cremation burial was discovered from which samples were taken for dating Prior to the excavation of this site only two others have been excavated on the island so that the information derived from this work will significantly enrich our understanding of the prehistory of the

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/standing-stones-2/baliscate/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Cillchriosd
    road leaves the B8073 0 5 km west of Calgary About 0 5 km along this road the standing stone can be seen in a field on the right It is 2 6 m in height and 1 4 by 0 65 m at the base and is aligned north west to south east The sides are vertical and the top level Click here for a link to Dr Robert

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/standing-stones-2/cillchriosd/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Dervaig
    Dervaig village They stand in a clearing in the forestry about 200 m north of the B8073 immediately after a sharp hairpin bend This was originally an 18 m alignment of five stones but the first last and middle stones have fallen The two remaining are about 2 5 m in height Click here for a link to Dr Robert Pollock s site Stones of Wonder Grid References NM 435

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/standing-stones-2/dervaig/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Glengorm
    west of Glengorm Castle In the early 1880s only one of the stones was upright but the other two had been re erected by 1942 The stones are surrounded by a modern enclosure bank and the packing stones visible around the two re erected stones are also of a recent date A large heap of stones nearby was recorded in 1883 but it is no longer visible and it is

    Original URL path: http://www.mull-historical-society.co.uk/history/the-bronze-age/standing-stones-2/glengorm/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Killichronan Standing Stone
    Salen The standing stone now almost prone is situated 650 m north of Killichronan House on a level shelf on the east bank of the Allt Coire Phollachie About 2 55 m in height it is rectangular in section 0 5 m by 0 3 m There are now no traces of two cists found in 1873 at distances of 330 m and 460 m east of Killichronan and there

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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Lochbuie
    circle several standing stones and a kerb cairn is situated at the head of Loch Buie within the grounds of Loch Buie House and 400 m north of Moy Castle Courtesy of Anita Tunstall Grid references Standing stone NM 617 255 click her e for a link to Ston es of Wonder by Dr R Pollock Stone circle outliers NM 618 252 616 250 616 254 click here for a

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  • Mull Historical & Archaeological Society | Uisken
    minor road that runs south from Bunessan to Uisken on its east side about 3 km from Bunessan Walk past the farm and then north east for about 500 m passing a ruin The stone is visible from the brow of the hill It is a single standing stone about 2 m in height and appears to have been aligned north east to south west Click here to link to

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