The Hurlers - Stone Circles

View passed some of the stones of the Northern Circle to The Houseman's Engine House of the South Phoenix Mine .
The Hurlers is a line of 3 Late Neolithic / Early Bronze Age Stone Circles , in a row , originally with about 29 Granite Stones in each Circle.
The name is said to derive from a legend in which a group of men were turned into stone as a punishment for playing a game of Cornish Hurling on the Sabbath.
The Southern Cicle has 2 upright stones and 7 fallen.
The Central Circle has 14 upright stones.
The Northern Circle has 11 Upright Stones and 4 fallen
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Location - South East Cornwall - North West of Minions.
Ref:
4398.9 - 4420
Date:
2016-11-07 00:00:00.0
Location:
SX 2583 7144
Photographer:

The Hurlers - Stone Circles

View passed some of the stones of the Northern Circle to The Houseman's Engine House of the South Phoenix Mine .
The Hurlers is a line of 3 Late Neolithic / Early Bronze Age Stone Circles , in a row , originally with about 29 Granite Stones in each Circle.
The name is said to derive from a legend in which a group of men were turned into stone as a punishment for playing a game of Cornish Hurling on the Sabbath.
The Southern Cicle has 2 upright stones and 7 fallen.
The Central Circle has 14 upright stones.
The Northern Circle has 11 Upright Stones and 4 fallen
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Location - South East Cornwall - North West of Minions.
Ref:
4398.9 - 4420
Date:
2016-11-07 00:00:00.0
Location:
SX 2583 7144
Photographer: