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  • The Grey Cairns of Camster are two large Neolithic chambered cairns located about 8.5 miles (13.7 km) south of Watten and 5 miles (8.0 km) north of Lybster
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  • Upper Camster is a small hamlet, which lies at the source of the Camster Burn, 4 miles north of Lybster, in Caithness, Scottish Highlands and is in the
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  • Achairn Burn (redirect from Camster Loch)
    slope of the Hill of Toftgunn, which rises to over 170 metres, and in Camster Loch, which is at nearly 120 metres, between the Hill of Toftgunn and Ballharn
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  • Dolmen de Bagneux". "Grey Cairns of Camster". Megalithic Portal. Retrieved 21 July 2012. "Grey Cairns of Camster". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 21 July
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  • far the largest and most diverse. It has been subdivided into Yarrows, Camster and Cromarty subtypes but the differences are extremely subtle. The design
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  • 1895) was a Scottish scientist, explorer, and author. Brown was born in Camster, Caithness, and studied in the universities of Edinburgh, Leyden, Copenhagen
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  • Thrumster Loch of Yarrows Burn of Gillock Achairn Burn Alt Beag-airighe Camster Loch Toftgunn headwaters Loch Burn, Watten Loch Watten Scouthal Burn Burn
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  •  105–107. ISBN 978-0-217-03857-7. "The Red Light District of Amsterdam". CamsterDamn. Archived from the original on May 20, 2013. Retrieved February 20
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  • were used by the same communities. Several round cairns, like those of Camster had long cairns built over them, so that the round mound here retains its
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  • the remains of pre-historic occupation. These include the Grey Cairns of Camster, the Stone Lud, the Hill O Many Stanes, a complex of sites around Loch
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  • ISBN 0-941533-05-0 p. 73 "Grey Cairns of Camster". Megalithic Portal. Retrieved 21 July 2012. "Grey Cairns of Camster". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 21 July
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  • round mounds had long barrows subsequently built over them (Grey Cairns of Camster) and heel-shaped cairns). It is not clear whether any new monuments erected
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  • Upper Ardchronie, Upper Badcall, Upper Bighouse, Upper Breakish Upper Camster, Upper Lybster, Upper Milovaig, Urray Contents:  Top 0–9 A B C D E F G
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  • and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. Roster is located 2 miles north of the coastal village of Lybster and 1 mile south of Upper Camster.
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  • long cairn” with circular chamber, as otherwise occurs in Sutherland (Camster Round and Skelpick Long). At the monument of Vementry the round cairn,
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  • Glenelg Brochs: Dun Telve and Dun Troddan Two broch towers Grey Cairns of Camster Two chambered burial cairns of Neolithic date Hill O' Many Stanes More
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  • musician and actor with The Monkees[citation needed] Tierneyxo, cam model on Camster Principal Communities in Connecticut, Dept. of Economic and Community Development
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  • Anderson The Anderson 150 project: Resources Anderson's plan drawing of the Camster Round Portrait of Anderson by Henry Wright Kerr Antiquarian work and early
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  • Kirkcudbrightshire Sc 4E, Sc 5W Campsie Fault Sc 31W Trewin (ed) 2002 Camster Fault Sc 110, Sc 116W Camregan Fault Sc 8W Carcow Fault Sc 8E, Sc 15W,
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  • and Kinross 56°37′N 3°56′W / 56.61°N 03.94°W / 56.61; -03.94 NN8149 Camster Burn Highland 58°25′N 3°19′W / 58.42°N 03.32°W / 58.42; -03.32 ND230490
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