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Edited Feb 17, 2017, 09:12
Re: Large stones
Feb 17, 2017, 09:07
We saw the outlying stone, still covered on one side with white lichen. I suppose it depends on the accuracy of the measurements. Also,how much of the tapering point of the Rudston has been eroded, in that it would have had to support said outlier, or would it be part of the original stone that has broken off? It's intriguing. It would seem to fit if the measurings accurate.
Others have spoken of a possible circle & henge surrounding the monument.
Editing, sorry....did you see the dinosaur print? I didn't. Is that just fancy?
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