Antique map from 1858 of the stone circles in Stanton Drew in Somerset. The map was done by Hallway and Son in Bath for the Archaeological Journal and was originally done Crokers Survey in 1826.
The map is in very good condition the paper has signs of ageing at edges. The map was issued as a fold out map and has two fold lines, please see pictures.
The Stanton Drew stone circles are just outside the village of Stanton Drew in the English county of Somerset. The largest stone circle is the Great Circle, 113 metres (371 ft) in diameter and the second largest stone circle in Britain (after Avebury); it is considered to be one of the largest Neolithic monuments to have been built.