Kistvaen north-west of Arch Tor

Record Number: 100658
Kists are generally rectangular structures, normally used for burial purposes, and formed from stone slabs set on edge, and covered by one or more horizontal slabs or capstones. They may also be built on the surface or sunk into the ground. NW of Arch Tor, SW of Chittaford Down

Tags

Kistvaen
burial
prehistory
archaeology
cist
ritual
grave
death
bronze age

Detail

Falcon
South-west Of Chittaford