Cape Cornwall Golf & Country Club

St Just, Penzance, TR19 7NL, United Kingdom
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Men Scryfa

by leafmcgowan

The Men Scryfa Standing Stone is a standing engrave stone sitting in the middle of a field not far from the infamous Men-an-Tol holey stone monument and the Nine Maidens stone circle. Its early origins is unknown just like with all the other standing stones. "Men Scryfa" translates to "Stone with Writing" as the stone bears early Christian inscription "RIALOBRANI CUNOVALI FILI" which translates to "Rialobran, son of Cunoval" according to some translators and "Royal Raven Son of the Glorious Prince" by others. This is a commemoration of the death in battle of a royal warrior or gravestone epitaph. Rialobran is thought to be a local king or warrior. The raven is a bird of carrion that is linked with death and the battlefield, assessed with the magical power of such things for those that worshipped it; also representative of the Irish Goddess Morrigan, the Goddess of War and Death. Celtic legends links the name Bran (as in RialoBRANi) to the ancient British warrior king, the keeper of the cauldron of immortality, whose decapitated head continues to have powers of speech. The story of RIALOBRANI is about an invader who attacked the Glorious Prince, seized his lands and occupied the Lescudjack hillfort at Penzance, sending the defeated royalty fleeing the area around Carn Euny or the hillfort of Caer Bran (the Raven Castle). The Royal Raven then supposedly tried to reclaim his territory and a great battle took place in result - killing Rialobrani / Ryalvran and burying him by this stone that was supposedly the same height as the deceased. There was legends of gold buried beneath it as well - though some farmer dreaming of a crock of gold dug a pit around the stone causing it to collapse and not finding any gold. The monument was re-erected at a recent date. The Latin dates to about 500 CE and it was found that the stone marks a grave. Whether the stone itself was erected earlier than that, we don't know but is presumed to have been reused by the inscribers. It stands 2 meters high and probably dates from the Bronze Age for the stone carving/shaping/erection itself.


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Beach at Penzance

"Walking Charlie"

It was a rainy day, yet somehow it seemed a good day to join Charlie and his owner for a walk. His owner, George runs a hostel in Cornwall, the Blue Dolphin. Good man. Generous and kind.

In spite of the chill Charlie couldn't resist going for a swim. George and I resisted and just watched.


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Address: St Just, Penzance, TR19 7NL, United Kingdom