Hurlers Stone Circles Cornwall, England 1500 BCE
Dating from about 1500 BCE, the Hurlers are a set of three stone circles between two hills and two rivers in central Cornwall.
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- 50.516353° N, 4.458202° W
Overviewby Holly Hayes
October 27, 2011
The Hurlers consist of three stone circles in a line running NNE to SSW. They are strategically located on a high moorland pass between two hills (Stowe's Hill to the north and Caradon Hill to the south) and two rivers (the tributaries of the River Fowey to the west and the River Lynher on the east). As with virtually all prehistoric standing stones, their exact purpose is not known. There are several sets of multiple stone circles in southwest England and they are usually found on sites between rivers. continue reading →
Cornwall: Old Stones, Fish & Chips and a CastlePosted July 28, 2007 by Holly Hayes Part of: Graduate School in Oxford
Sunday morning we had a decent breakfast in our Exeter B&B, where we sat next to a 60s-ish couple and their granddaughter. They were very chatty and immediately asked where we were from upon hearing our accents. They are from Dallas and their kids live in England; their cute little granddaughter had an English accent.…
- “Hurlers Stone Circles .” Cornwall Heritage. Web.