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The Neolithic

Ritual

Loupin Stanes, Eskdale

Period:
Neolithic
Description:

The stone circle known as the 'Loupin' Stanes' is an oval circle, situated on a low rise close to the left bank of the River White Esk, measuring 10.4m by 9.5m. It consists of twelve stones set into a low bank 3m thick of which six remain standing; two of the stones on the south-west are taller (at 1.4m high) than the others and may mark 'the entrance' to the circle

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