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The 143 Scheduled monuments cover over 4,000 years of the history of the islands.Spread throughout the interior and especially the coast of the islands there are 89 prehistoric scheduled sites, including chambered tombs, burial cairns and standing stones, hillforts, hut circles and a henge.Slender pillar, 2.4 metres (7.9 ft) tall near the road to Llanddyfnan church.It had been leaning at an angle of 45° by 1970 and was set upright again some time before 1986.Two adjoining stone chambers of a Neolithic burial cairn form a cromlech on private lawns of Plas Newydd National Trust Country House.The monument, along with nearby Bryn-yr-Hen-Bobl, was one of only three Welsh entries in the initial Schedule of the Ancient Monuments Protection Act 1882The 3 metres (9.8 ft) high pointed stone is surrounded by a pile of more recent field clearance boulders.The cairn was found to overlay a much older ground surface, which had a great quantity of flint workings, occupation material and two Tranchet axes dated to 7000BC in the Mesolithic.

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Clusters are found in Moelfre on the eastern side (14), Trearddur on Holy Island (11), Llanidan overlooking the Menai Strait (10) and Llangoed in the far east (10).The compilation of the list is undertaken by Cadw Welsh Historic Monuments, which is an executive agency of the National Assembly of Wales.The list is sorted by period, and then by Community so that sites of similar age and locality are placed near each other.Anglesey includes the largest island in Wales, as well as various smaller islands.Just as Anglesey is joined by bridges to the mainland, so Holy Island is linked to Anglesey.

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