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This site is known as Trefael a single slab with at least 28 cupmarks, 17 of which are shallow depressions. Lynch suggests that this stone may well be a capstone from a now destroyed monument. Nash suggest that the cairn exists around the site, much of it incorporated into the surrounding field boundaries and is probable that part of an upright or the lower section of the slab is located underneath this stone. Photographed during an Archaeology Safari of Pembrokeshire 29th November 2003.

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