Some notable prehistoric and medieval monuments recently exmined by the Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
Round Cairns Domestic Structures, Enclosures, Motes Earthworks, Portal Stones, Chambered Cairns, Forts
The prehistoric monuments include three unpublished chambered cairns, the fine megalithic cist at Hailie, Largs, a pair of standing stones at Kames, Cowel which look like the portal stones of a chamber, six round cairns, domestic structures (an earth-house, hut circles and enclosures) of uncertain age, two newly discovered vitrified forts, two brochs and a number of duns or forts. The medieval remains include four motes, earthworks at Buzzart Dykes, a large medieval hut circle and 'Wallace's Stone'. The latter is decorated by a pecked cross of the Maltese type.