Neolithic Sites in Western Europe
Images and Ritual Meanings

Recumbent Stone Circle, Dunnydeer, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

All that remains of this recumbent stone circle is the large granite recumbent and two flanking stones. The left flanker is split in the middle while the right flanker has the wedge shape of the right flanker at Cothiemuir Wood. The circle lies within sight of Dunnideer Hill with its 12th-century tower castle. The shape of the recumbent resembles the shape of Dunnideer Hill.

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