Dinas Dindryfal (N.W.View, Griffith's text)

At the base of a precipitous rock, called Dinas Dindryfal, on the north-western side, are the remains of an interesting Cromlech. One end of the capstone is fallen down towards the south-western side, and rests on the ground, while the other end is supported by two small uprights. It is eight and a half feet long by six feet wide. Close to the end that is fallen is a large slab, set edgewise, which is twelve feet long and five feet high from the ground. It originally formed the side of a chamber, probably extending to the south-west of this Cromlech, as there are traces of former erections in the vicinity

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