Men Scryfa

A 1.8m Standing Stone possibly from the Bronze Age , inscribed around 6th century AD to commemorate the death in battle of a royal warrior.
The northern face bears the inscription in two lines - 'RIALOBRANI CUNOVALI FILI' - which in Cornish means 'Royal Raven son of the Glorious Prince'.
The name Men Scryfa means “stone of writing.
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Location - West Cornwall - Lands End Penninsula / West Penwith
North of Lanyon Farm on the Morvah to Madron Road , parking spaces near the farm track running north-east .
The track leads passed Men - An - Tol to the monument .
Ref:
2643
Date:
2015-12-24 00:00:00.0
Location:
SW 4269 3528
Photographer:

Men Scryfa

A 1.8m Standing Stone possibly from the Bronze Age , inscribed around 6th century AD to commemorate the death in battle of a royal warrior.
The northern face bears the inscription in two lines - 'RIALOBRANI CUNOVALI FILI' - which in Cornish means 'Royal Raven son of the Glorious Prince'.
The name Men Scryfa means “stone of writing.
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Location - West Cornwall - Lands End Penninsula / West Penwith
North of Lanyon Farm on the Morvah to Madron Road , parking spaces near the farm track running north-east .
The track leads passed Men - An - Tol to the monument .
Ref:
2643
Date:
2015-12-24 00:00:00.0
Location:
SW 4269 3528
Photographer: