Farmer plows uncovers Neolithic chambered tomb
Published on June 9th, 2009 | by Admin0
“The structure itself is neat drystone construction, the wall curves round tightly and is beehived in by corbelling at the top.
“On the opposite side to the wall is a space topped by lintels, and indeed it was breaking one lintel that caused the site to be found.
“It’s early days yet, but it may be a Neolithic chambered cairn, some five or six thousand years old.”