- Standing stones
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- found: Burl, A. From Carnac to Callanish, 1993 (standing stones)
- found: Peng. dict. arch.: p. 146 (A single standing stone)
- found: Random House: p. 1200 (Standing stone: An upright monumental stone, standing either alone or in an alignment found chiefly in Cornwall and Brittany)
- found: Web. 3: p. 1410 (Standing stone: A single upright rude monolith usually of prehistoric origin)
- 1986-02-11: new
- 1993-05-26: revised
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