No. 36. Situated in the field lying west of XLV (dolmen-circle). "This circle is nearly perfect. It now (1837) consists of forty-nine stones, some of which are thrown down and displaced. There were other circles in the vicinity which were also destroyed." - Petrie.
"A few stones are still scattered about here and there." - Wood-Martin.
No. 36 (a). A few paces to the N.E. of 36 (dolmen-cairn (?) encircled). "Traces of a large cairn, unnoticed by Petrie. The tenant of the land states that when he was quarrying in it for stones he turned up a quantity of bones and charcoal. The central cist is probably yet perfect; if so, this monument might well repay exploration. Traces of a surrounding circle of stones can still be observed." - Wood Martin.