Archaeologists to reconstruct the Devil’s Frying pan, ‘Cornish Stonehenge’ that collapsed

An ancient tomb dubbed Cornwall’s answer to Stonehenge is to be rebuilt 5,000 years after it was first constructed by early man.

Carwynnen Quoit (a term for a giant tomb) – known as ‘The Giant’s Quoit’ – marked a macabre mass burial site used between 4,000BC and 2,300BC.

The stone structure, set in five acres of farmland, was originally built on top of a huge tomb thought to contain the remains of Neolithic men.

The ‘Giant’s Quoit’ before it collapsed in the 1960′s. An ancient tomb dubbed Cornwall’s answer to Stonehenge it is to be rebuilt.

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