King Doniert's Stone
Two richly carved pieces of a 9th century 'Celtic' cross, with an inscription commemorating Dungarth, King of Dumnonia in the south-west of Britain, who drowned in about AD 875.
The two fragments, one of which is known as King Doniert’s Stone, are the only surviving examples of 9th-century stone crosses in Cornwall.
This site is very close to both Trethevy Quoit and The Hurlers.
Access: - The stones can be seen from the road. There is a high step up to the ground surrounding the Stone.
Parking: - layby next to the stones
Toilets: - none on site
Food: - none on site
Dogs: - dogs on leads are welcome
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