Gwynedd Archaeological Trust
Regional Historic Environment Record

Standing Stone, Llanddyfnan

Primary Reference Number (PRN) : 2753
Trust : Gwynedd
Community : Llanddyfnan
Unitary authority : Ynys Mon
NGR : SH50157859
Site Type (preferred type first) : Bronze Age STANDING STONE
Status : Scheduled Monument

Description :
Maen Hir, 200yds SW of the church, leaning at angle of 45 degrees to N of schist, 8ft long by 2ft square. Condition: considerably inclined. (RCAHMW, 1937)

A standing stone 2.6m high by 0.67m by 0.60m. It stands in a grass field SSW of Llanddyfnan church. The stone used to be leaning at quite an acute angle, but was set upright some years ago, when road was widened. <2>

Mentioned by Lynch. <3>

As described in <2>. <4>

On a fairly level area although there are quite good views of the mountains to the south. Presuming the stone was re-erected exactly as before, its best faces face to the N & to S, perhaps facing onto the routeway. Recent cultivation has left the soil surface bare but there are no flints to be seen. (Smith, 2003)

Sources :
Lynes, M. , 2012 , How do the Standing Stones of Anglesey 'Stand'?
Smith, G. , 2003 , Prehistoric Funerary and Ritual Monument Survey: West Gwynedd and Anglesey ( © GAT)
Smith, G., and Steele, N. , 2005 , Pan-Wales Prehistoric Funerary and Ritual Sites Survey: Trial Data Synthesis ( © GAT)
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales , 1937 , An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Anglesey
Lynch, F. , 1970 , Prehistoric Anglesey , <3>

Events :
42519 : An 071 Fmw Site Visit (year : 1986)
42520 : An 071 Fmw Site Visit (year : 1993)
40526 : Prehistoric Funerary and Ritual Monument Survey: West Gwynedd/Anglesey (year : 2003)
44815 : Water Mains Renewal Scheme, Talwrn to Pentraeth, Isle of Anglesey (year : 2012)
40527 : Pan-wales Prehistoric Funerary and Ritual Sites Survey: Trial Data Synthesis (year : 2005)

Related PRNs : 302506

Compiled date : 10-06-1988

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