This stone really is a stunning piece of ancient history. Easily accessible and car parking adjacent it doesn't take long to slip off the main road. The explanation board deciphers the stone for you, but it is still difficult to believe that people of that time undertook such a massive project. I presume the stone was found where it sits now but it does not say so for definite and it would be useful to know this and how it was found: ie, standing up, laying down?
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