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OK, so this isn't Orkney, or even Kilmartin Glen which is a bit too far from any of the anchorages round here to be easily visited, but there is still a lot of stuff around. I am not quite sure where archaeology ends and history begins, perhaps with written records, but who cares, this is what I think there is to see:
There is only one stone circle (Loch Buie, South Mull) in the area.
There are a few standing stones to admire and lean against: East Tarbert Bay, Gigha; Onich at the entrance to Loch Leven; near the Caolas Gigalum on Gigha; Loch Stornoway, Kintyre; on the Glengorm estate near Loch Mingary, West Mull; and Loch Cuan, West Mull. And there is the strangely named but not very exciting Ogham Stone near Ardminish Bay, Gigha.
On Canna you will find a Viking grave and a souterrain but they are both a bit of a walk from the anchorage. And at Oitir Mhòr on Kerrera there is the almost invisible remains of the Cladh a’Bhearnaig monastery.
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The cup markings at Port an Dunain
"Wherever there is water and fertility in the Highlands, we generally find some remains of antiquity" John Knox 1786
Loch Buie stone circle