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The King's Men stone circle, Oxfordshire

The so-called King's Men stone circle is one of three megalithic monuments located close together on the boundary between Oxfordshire and Warwickshire. They are collectively known as the Rollright Stones.

The stone circle dates from around 2,500BC. It features seventy-odd, famously uncountable, stones of heavily weathered local oolitic limestone.

Copyright: Gary Davies
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Taken: 25/09/2023
Uploaded: 08/01/2024


Tags: rollright stones; bronze age; neolithic; oxfordshire; stone circle; ancient; kings men
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