Keys to the Past

Cairns, Howgill Head, Romaldkirk (Romaldkirk)

These are two grass-covered circular mounds. They may either be clearance cairns or burial mounds. They stand to the north-east of a cup and ring marked stone (1).

Reference number:D298
Historical period: Early Bronze Age (2600BC to 1600BC)
21st Century (2001 to 2100)

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See also:
Local History of Romaldkirk

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