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In the case of the stone down next to the river, I agree this is a feature that seems particularly ceremonial. But I am not sure about some of the other "End Stones" you show. Generally, when the end of a wall is squared off I figure it for a European sort of touch. So I guess I am thinking there is more than one kind of "End Stone". Good topic.
I put up a 2nd post, with another view of the Lower Falls End Stone - with the stone beside it more visible. All these rows either turn into or are connected to zigzag rows, as does another liner row that stops at the same branch of the river to the NE...
Looking more carefully, I am starting to agree. These walls are not squared off in the European manner but rather end with a small standing stone.
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