Sunday, 10 June 2007

Xanagale building 2: although the walls are largely intact (the near left side a few courses shorter than the others), the roof is missing; there is some soil and rubble within the ruined walls. If the roof had been of timber-and-turf construction, as was visible on some other stone buildings in the village and the area, it may have fallen in or been pulled down and formed the soil layer; the rubble layer could be stones from the walls that followed the roof.

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