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Louden Hill Stone Circle

Situated 1.8km south west of Rough Tor, the Louden Hill stone circle is one of three in this area of Bodmin Moor, the other two being Stannon and Fernacre. Originally about 45m in diameter and consisting of about 35 stones, less than ten now stand and of those only one is of any significant height. The stone circles on Bodmin Moor date from the late neolithic to the middle bronze age (2400-1000bce).

Copyright: Roy Reed
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Tags: moor; archeology; neolithic
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