J. T. Blight published a plan of Chysauster in 1861 (
Arch. J., xviii, p. 39
For these Romano-British sites see
Hirst, F. C., J.B.A.A., 1937, p. 71
Cor. CRELLAS, pl. CRELLOW, rough hut or ancient ruin; MÜR, by mutation VÜR, great. An early 17th century survey mentions ‘Crelow Cornons’ at Higher Bodinnar (Henderson MSS, Truro Museum, HC/as/19).
Antiquities of Cornwall, 2nd edn., 1769, pp. 206, 292
Trans. Penzance Nat. Hist. & Ant. Soc., I, p. 247 (1848);
The Land's End District, 1862, pp. 45–48
Naenia Cornubiae, 1872, p. 259
Arch. J., xxx, 1873, p. 327
; MS notes, plans and drawings at Truro Museum.
Buller, J., St. Just, 1842, p. 80
Henderson MSS, Truro Museum, Antiquities, I, p. 37
Hirst, loc. cit.;
Proc. West Cornwall Field Club, 1936, p. 15
; ibid., 1937, p. 13; also MSS at Wayside Museum, Zennor.
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