The iconic Cornish tri-stone of Louden stone circle with the equally iconic Roughtor as the backdrop. Does the former replicate the latter?
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Roy Goutté
 
Louden stone circle is just one of three large ‘ceremonial’ circles in close proximity to each other to the north-west of Bodmin Moor, the others being Stannon and Fernacre circles. They all feature a major tri stone in their settings and are all overlooked by Roughtor and will be featured in an article shortly by Roy Goutté. We’re also pleased to announce that Mr Goutté’s work at King Arthur’s Hall on Bodmin Moor in Cornwall has been included in English Heritage’s PastScape resource here  (see under Related Text on the PastScape page).