A. Thom Si/12 Class III Survey
Construction: Perhaps Type B flattened circle. Diameter 113 ft = 41.5 my. Perimeter 122.8 my =49.1 mr.
A. Burl (Cornwall 14)
It is doubtful whether this is a stone circle. It lies on a NE-facing slope at 185 m O.D., 3/4 mile ESE of Porthmeor.
It consists of many low stones in a turfy bank and appears to be the remains of an enclosure for cattle or, perhaps, was fa dilapidated walled hut enclosure' about 34.4 m across. An entrance is marked by a taller stone.
W. Borlase, Antiquities Historical and Monumental of the County of Cornwall, 1769, 198, Plate 15.
W. C. Borlase and W. C. Lukis, Prehistoric Stone Monuments of the British Isles. I, Cornwall, 1885, 28.