Stone Lord: The Legend Of King Arthur, The Era Of Stonehenge by J P Reedman
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| New Message Posted!2003-05-16 22:53  |
Tinkinswoods is the largest.
it is very close to St Lythans and has capstone of 40 tons.
from West Yorkshire
| New Message Posted!2003-05-16 21:53  |
I remember reading somewhere that the largest capstone on a cromlech in Britain was reputed to be the one topping St. Lythan's in Wales (8 yards by 3, around 50 tons).
Dunno about the largest overall though...
Anyway, it's not the size of your cromlech, but what you do with it...
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| New Message Posted!2003-04-08 23:57  |
Please can someone let me know the name and location of the largest Cromlech in the Uk and the World?
It must be still standing