(1635) CROMLECH, Hen-efail

Hen-efail, known as Yr Allor (The Altar), at about 400 ft. above O.D. on the S.E. slope of Foel Gron. Nothing now remains of the chamber; in 1872 the capstone, 12 ft. long by 10 ft. broad, was intact, but the supporters had been broken up ‘within living memory'” Only a slight rise in the ground indicated its position in 1923. 2
1 Arch. Camb., 1872, p. SI.
2 Ibid., 1923, p. 306.
Condition: destroyed
8 viii 57
45 NW Unnoted

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